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Today at FWA 
Summer's Here!
On behalf of Mr. L, Mrs. K, and Mr. hall, thank you for all your hard work and learning this year. Have an awesome summer! Great luck to our 8th graders who are now heading for high school this fall; we can't wait to hear about your adventures and successes. We also can't wait to meet our new students and welcome back those who are returning for another great year at Fox West Academy. See you soon (but not too soon)!

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Wednesday, May 31, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 4 
Day 2 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Tuesday, May 30, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 1 
Day 3 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Friday, May 26, 2017
Video Opportunity for Fun
See Ava T for details
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 2 
Day 2 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 6 
Day 2 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
6th Grade Math
3.1 Expressions and equations.
New vocabulary: expression, equation, coefficient
Completed investigation 3.1 and additional probelms.
Homework:
Revisit to remember: The Coordinate Grid (86077)

Writing Short Story
Requirements:
1) 12 half pages (one for each postit note in your folder) or 6 full pages
2) 1214 point font, unless using Storybird
3) Use of dialogue in story
4) 1 main problem and 3 mini problems
Microsoft Email: jenniferkoenecke@hasd.org
Google Email: jennikoenecke@foxwestacademy.org

Four Week Finale Reflection

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Add/Subtract negatives
Order of Operations
Multiply/Divide negatives
Area of Trapezoids
Rearranging Shapes
Area of Composite Shapes

Writing Short Story
Requirements:
1) 12 half pages (one for each postit note in your folder) or 6 full pages
2) 1214 point font, unless using Storybird
3) Use of dialogue in story
4) 1 main problem and 3 mini problems

4 Week Finale

8 
8th Grade Math
SOH CAH TOAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!
I can determine the length of triangles side given an angle and length of one side.
Homework:
Practice sheet
Algebra
Rational Expressions Unit
If absent or if struggling to understand  please complete the following mathelp lessons:
Simplifying Rational Expressions (80096)

Survey for Ethan, Abby, Donovan
Survey for Jason and Carson
Catch up on late work. See Skyward


Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Please fill out this survey for Nathan and Blake
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 5 
Day 1 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
6th Grade Math
3.1 Expressions and equations.
New vocabulary: expression, equation, coefficient
Completed investigation 3.1 and additional probelms.
Homework:
Revisit to remember: The Coordinate Grid (86077)

Writing Short Story
Requirements:
1) 12 half pages (one for each postit note in your folder) or 6 full pages
2) 1214 point font, unless using Storybird
3) Use of dialogue in story
4) 1 main problem and 3 mini problems
Microsoft Email: jenniferkoenecke@hasd.org
Google Email: jennikoenecke@foxwestacademy.org

Please complete this survey when Mr. L. asks.
4 Week Finale Project
Mr L's Brainstorms

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Unit 4: Surface Area and Volume

A:

Surface Area (78145)


B:

Volume of Prisms and Pyramids (78146)


Writing Short Story
Requirements:
1) 12 half pages (one for each postit note in your folder) or 6 full pages
2) 1214 point font, unless using Storybird
3) Use of dialogue in story
4) 1 main problem and 3 mini problems

Project Reflection
(also in your email)
4 Week Finale Project
Mr L's Brainstorms

8 
8th Grade Math
SOH CAH TOAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!
I can determine the length of triangles side given an angle and length of one side.
Homework:
Practice sheet
Algebra
Rational Expressions Unit
If absent or if struggling to understand  please complete the following mathelp lessons:
Simplifying Rational Expressions (80096)

Survey for Ethan, Abby, Donovan
Survey for Jason and Carson
Catch up on late work. See Skyward


Monday, May 22, 2017
Please fill out this survey for Nathan and Blake
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 4 
Day 2 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
6th Grade Math
Partner Checkup Quiz
No homework
Play coordinate math games
Game Link 1

Writing Short Story
Requirements:
1) 12 half pages (one for each postit note in your folder) or 6 full pages
2) 1214 point font, unless using Storybird
3) Use of dialogue in story
4) 1 main problem and 3 mini problems

Please complete this survey when Mr. L. asks.
4 Week Finale Project
Mr L's Brainstorms

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Unit 4: Surface Area and Volume

A:

Surface Area (78145)


B:

Volume of Prisms and Pyramids (78146)


Writing Short Story
Requirements:
1) 12 half pages (one for each postit note in your folder) or 6 full pages
2) 1214 point font, unless using Storybird
3) Use of dialogue in story
4) 1 main problem and 3 mini problems

Project Reflection
(also in your email)
4 Week Finale Project
Mr L's Brainstorms

8 
8th Grade Math
SOH CAH TOAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!
Practice Riddle on determining trig ratios given right triangles
Algebra
No class

Survey for Teila, Noor, and Reilly
Survey for Karen and Makenna
Charleston Reflection
Paragraph 1: Overall info (suggestions8th grade trip to Charleston, May 1216, stayed at Notso Hostel, flew from Midway to Charleston, 19 8th graders, chaperones, bus ride, Southwest, places visited, etc.
Paragraph 2: Educational Experiences (suggestionsMagnolia Gardens/Nature Tour/Slave Tour, Scavenger Hunt, Patriot's Point/USS Yorktown/submarine/Vietnam, Low Country Boil, Fort Sumter, etc.
Paragraph 3: Challenges (suggestionsworking through friendships, sleeping arrangements, food, scared to fly, missing home, waking the beast, sunburns, spending money, etc.)
Paragraph 4: Fun and Enjoyable memories (suggestionshanging out with Mrs. K, strengthening friendships, building friendships, swimming in the ocean, playing at the beach, inside jokes, etc.)
Paragraph 5: Summary/Review (suggestionsOverall I had an _____ experience. What I will never forget, what I hope for the future, etc.)


Friday, May 19, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 3 
Day 1 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
6th Grade Math
Investigation 2.1 
Independent & Dependent Variables
Comparing data in table and graph format
Complete investigation 2.1
No homework

Writing Short Story
Requirements:
1) 12 half pages (one for each postit note in your folder) or 6 full pages
2) 1214 point font, unless using Storybird
3) Use of dialogue in story
4) 1 main problem and 3 mini problems

Please complete this survey when Mr. L. asks.
4 Week Finale Project
Mr L's Brainstorms

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Unit 4: Surface Area and Volume

A:

Surface Area (78145)


B:

Volume of Prisms and Pyramids (78146)


Writing Short Story
Requirements:
1) 12 half pages (one for each postit note in your folder) or 6 full pages
2) 1214 point font, unless using Storybird
3) Use of dialogue in story
4) 1 main problem and 3 mini problems

Project Reflection
(also in your email)
4 Week Finale Project
Mr L's Brainstorms

8 
8th Grade Math
SOH CAH TOAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!
Practice Riddle on determining trig ratios given right triangles
Algebra
No class

Survey for Cole and Nate
Survey for Alyssa and Lilly
Charleston Reflection
Paragraph 1: Overall info (suggestions8th grade trip to Charleston, May 1216, stayed at Notso Hostel, flew from Midway to Charleston, 19 8th graders, chaperones, bus ride, Southwest, places visited, etc.
Paragraph 2: Educational Experiences (suggestionsMagnolia Gardens/Nature Tour/Slave Tour, Scavenger Hunt, Patriot's Point/USS Yorktown/submarine/Vietnam, Low Country Boil, Fort Sumter, etc.
Paragraph 3: Challenges (suggestionsworking through friendships, sleeping arrangements, food, scared to fly, missing home, waking the beast, sunburns, spending money, etc.)
Paragraph 4: Fun and Enjoyable memories (suggestionshanging out with Mrs. K, strengthening friendships, building friendships, swimming in the ocean, playing at the beach, inside jokes, etc.)
Paragraph 5: Summary/Review (suggestionsOverall I had an _____ experience. What I will never forget, what I hope for the future, etc.)


Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Volunteers Needed for Reilly and Lilly's Project
Actors Needed for Video Movie Project
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 1 
Day 1 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
6th Grade Math
Investigation 2.1 
Independent & Dependent Variables
Comparing data in table and graph format
Complete investigation 2.1
No homework

Writing Short Story
Requirements:
1) 12 half pages (one for each postit note in your folder) or 6 full pages
2) 1214 point font, unless using Storybird
3) Use of dialogue in story
4) 1 main problem and 3 mini problems

Please complete this survey when Mr. L. asks.
4 Week Finale Project
Mr L's Brainstorms

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Unit 4: Surface Area and Volume

A:

Surface Area (78145)


B:

Volume of Prisms and Pyramids (78146)


Writing Short Story
Requirements:
1) 12 half pages (one for each postit note in your folder) or 6 full pages
2) 1214 point font, unless using Storybird
3) Use of dialogue in story
4) 1 main problem and 3 mini problems

Project Reflection
(also in your email)
4 Week Finale Project
Mr L's Brainstorms

8 
8th Grade Math
SOH CAH TOAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!
Practice Riddle on determining trig ratios given right triangles
Algebra
No class

Charleston Reflection
Paragraph 1: Overall info (suggestions8th grade trip to Charleston, May 1216, stayed at Notso Hostel, flew from Midway to Charleston, 19 8th graders, chaperones, bus ride, Southwest, places visited, etc.
Paragraph 2: Educational Experiences (suggestionsMagnolia Gardens/Nature Tour/Slave Tour, Scavenger Hunt, Patriot's Point/USS Yorktown/submarine/Vietnam, Low Country Boil, Fort Sumter, etc.
Paragraph 3: Challenges (suggestionsworking through friendships, sleeping arrangements, food, scared to fly, missing home, waking the beast, sunburns, spending money, etc.)
Paragraph 4: Fun and Enjoyable memories (suggestionshanging out with Mrs. K, strengthening friendships, building friendships, swimming in the ocean, playing at the beach, inside jokes, etc.)
Paragraph 5: Summary/Review (suggestionsOverall I had an _____ experience. What I will never forget, what I hope for the future, etc.)


Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Volunteers Needed for Reilly and Lilly's Project
Actors Needed for Video Movie Project
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 1 
Day 1 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
6th Grade Math
Investigation 2.1 
Independent & Dependent Variables
Comparing data in table and graph format
Complete investigation 2.1
No homework

Explore Storybird.com
Class Code: SEQEX
Create Cover

Please complete this survey when Mr. L. asks.
4 Week Finale Project
Mr L's Brainstorms

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Unit 4: Surface Area and Volume

A:

Surface Area (78145)


B:

Volume of Prisms and Pyramids (78146)


Explore Storybird.com
Class Code: SEQEX
Create Cover

Project Reflection
(also in your email)
4 Week Finale Project
Mr L's Brainstorms

8 
8th Grade Math
SOH CAH TOAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!
Practice Riddle on determining trig ratios given right triangles
Algebra
No class

Charleston Preparation Teams
HallArcher, Keelan, Karen, Lilly, Alyssa
GladMakenna, Lucas, Teila, Noor, Austin
KoeneckeCarson, Ethan, Reilly, Evan, Cole
PaltzerAbby, Alyssa, Nate, Travis, Donovan
Charleston Downtown Scavenger Hunt Research in Teams
Our starting point for the scavenger hunt is: 100 Broad Street, Charleston, SC 29401
https://www.viator.com/tours/SouthCarolina/CharlestonScavengerHuntAdventure


Tuesday, May 16, 2017
Volunteers Needed for Reilly and Lilly's Project
Actors Needed for Video Movie Project
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 6 
Day 2 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
6th Grade Math
Monday and Tuesday's Work when Mr. Hall is gone. Spend an hour working on the following lessons. Make sure to write down your work on paper and turn it into the sub.
After an hour, you may log in to Edpuzzle and choose videos you are interested in. Please wait to start project block work unitl Mr. Lundstrom's class.
Chapter 7  Algebraic Thinking
Evaluating Expressions (86065)
Combining Like Terms (86066)
The Distributive Property (86067)
Modeling Expressions (86068)
Introduction to Equations (86069)
Addition Equations (86070)
Subtraction Equations (86071)
Multiplication Equations (86072)
Division Equations (86073)
Writing and Solving Equations (86074)

Explore Storybird.com
Class Code: SEQEX
Create Cover

Please complete this survey when Mr. L. asks.
4 Week Finale Project
Mr L's Brainstorms

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Unit 4: Surface Area and Volume

A:

Surface Area (78145)


B:

Volume of Prisms and Pyramids (78146)


Explore Storybird.com
Class Code: SEQEX
Create Cover

Project Reflection
(also in your email)
4 Week Finale Project
Mr L's Brainstorms

8 
8th Grade Math
Charleston Bound
JK Work
CHAPTER 3: Equations

Unit 1: Beginning Equations

A:

OneStep Equations (79016)

Lesson  PreTest



B:

TwoStep Equations (79017)

Lesson  PreTest


Unit 2: Intermediate Equations

A:

Equations with Fractions (79018)

Lesson  PreTest



B:

Equations Involving Distributive (79019)

Lesson  PreTest



Charleston Preparation Teams
HallArcher, Keelan, Karen, Lilly, Alyssa
GladMakenna, Lucas, Teila, Noor, Austin
KoeneckeCarson, Ethan, Reilly, Evan, Cole
PaltzerAbby, Alyssa, Nate, Travis, Donovan
Charleston Downtown Scavenger Hunt Research in Teams
Our starting point for the scavenger hunt is: 100 Broad Street, Charleston, SC 29401
https://www.viator.com/tours/SouthCarolina/CharlestonScavengerHuntAdventure


Monday, May 15, 2017
Volunteers Needed for Reilly and Lilly's Project
Actors Needed for Video Movie Project
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 5 
Day 1 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
6th Grade Math
Monday and Tuesday's Work when Mr. Hall is gone. Spend an hour working on the following lessons. Make sure to write down your work on paper and turn it into the sub.
After an hour, you may log in to Edpuzzle and choose videos you are interested in. Please wait to start project block work unitl Mr. Lundstrom's class.
Chapter 7  Algebraic Thinking
Evaluating Expressions (86065)
Combining Like Terms (86066)
The Distributive Property (86067)
Modeling Expressions (86068)
Introduction to Equations (86069)
Addition Equations (86070)
Subtraction Equations (86071)
Multiplication Equations (86072)
Division Equations (86073)
Writing and Solving Equations (86074)

Explore Storybird.com
Class Code: SEQEX
Create Cover

Please complete this survey when Mr. L. asks.
4 Week Finale Project
Mr L's Brainstorms

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Add, subtract, multiply, divide positive and negative integers checkin
Play the integers game at least twice with a partner.
ORDER of OPERATIONS online game
Order Operations Game II
PEMDAS Robot Blaster
Basketball Order Operations
Spin to WIN

Explore Storybird.com
Class Code: SEQEX
Create Cover

Project Reflection
(also in your email)
4 Week Finale Project
Mr L's Brainstorms

8 
8th Grade Math
Charleston Bound
JK Work
CHAPTER 3: Equations

Unit 1: Beginning Equations

A:

OneStep Equations (79016)

Lesson  PreTest



B:

TwoStep Equations (79017)

Lesson  PreTest


Unit 2: Intermediate Equations

A:

Equations with Fractions (79018)

Lesson  PreTest



B:

Equations Involving Distributive (79019)

Lesson  PreTest



Charleston Preparation Teams
HallArcher, Keelan, Karen, Lilly, Alyssa
GladMakenna, Lucas, Teila, Noor, Austin
KoeneckeCarson, Ethan, Reilly, Evan, Cole
PaltzerAbby, Alyssa, Nate, Travis, Donovan
Charleston Downtown Scavenger Hunt Research in Teams
Our starting point for the scavenger hunt is: 100 Broad Street, Charleston, SC 29401
https://www.viator.com/tours/SouthCarolina/CharlestonScavengerHuntAdventure/d29410211P36


Friday, May 12, 2017
Volunteers Needed for Reilly and Lilly's Project
Actors Needed for Video Movie Project
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 4 
Day 2 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
6th Grade Math
Monday and Tuesday's Work when Mr. Hall is gone. Spend an hour working on the following lessons. Make sure to write down your work on paper and turn it into the sub.
After an hour, you may log in to Edpuzzle and choose videos you are interested in. Please wait to start project block work unitl Mr. Lundstrom's class.
Chapter 7  Algebraic Thinking
Evaluating Expressions (86065)
Combining Like Terms (86066)
The Distributive Property (86067)
Modeling Expressions (86068)
Introduction to Equations (86069)
Addition Equations (86070)
Subtraction Equations (86071)
Multiplication Equations (86072)
Division Equations (86073)
Writing and Solving Equations (86074)

Explore Storybird.com
Class Code: SEQEX
Create Cover

Please complete this survey when Mr. L. asks.
4 Week Finale Project
Mr L's Brainstorms

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Add, subtract, multiply, divide positive and negative integers checkin
Play the integers game at least twice with a partner.
ORDER of OPERATIONS online game
Order Operations Game II
PEMDAS Robot Blaster
Basketball Order Operations
Spin to WIN

Explore Storybird.com
Class Code: SEQEX
Create Cover

Project Reflection
(also in your email)
4 Week Finale Project
Mr L's Brainstorms

8 
8th Grade Math
Charleston Bound
JK Work
CHAPTER 3: Equations

Unit 1: Beginning Equations

A:

OneStep Equations (79016)

Lesson  PreTest



B:

TwoStep Equations (79017)

Lesson  PreTest


Unit 2: Intermediate Equations

A:

Equations with Fractions (79018)

Lesson  PreTest



B:

Equations Involving Distributive (79019)

Lesson  PreTest



Charleston Preparation Teams
HallArcher, Keelan, Karen, Lilly, Alyssa
GladMakenna, Lucas, Teila, Noor, Austin
KoeneckeCarson, Ethan, Reilly, Evan, Cole
PaltzerAbby, Alyssa, Nate, Travis, Donovan
Charleston Downtown Scavenger Hunt Research in Teams
Our starting point for the scavenger hunt is: 100 Broad Street, Charleston, SC 29401
https://www.viator.com/tours/SouthCarolina/CharlestonScavengerHuntAdventure/d29410211P36


Thursday, May 11, 2017
Volunteers Needed for Reilly and Lilly's Project
Actors Needed for Video Movie Project
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 3 
Day 1 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
6th Grade Math
Investigation 1.4 From Lewes to Chincoteague Island
I can translate notes from a trip journal into a data table.
I can graph data from data table.
Watched a video about the Assateague Island wild horses.
Homework:
Complete a labeled graph from data determined in class.
NoVid

Explore Storybird.com
Class Code: SEQEX
Create Cover

Project Reflection
(also in your email)
4 Week Finale Project
Mr L's Brainstorms

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Add, subtract, multiply, divide positive and negative integers checkin
Play the integers game at least twice with a partner.
ORDER of OPERATIONS online game
Order Operations Game II
PEMDAS Robot Blaster
Basketball Order Operations
Spin to WIN

Explore Storybird.com
Class Code: SEQEX
Create Cover

Project Reflection
(also in your email)
4 Week Finale Project
Mr L's Brainstorms

8 
8th Grade Math
Review for Functions Test on Thursday
Homework:
Study

Charleston Preparation Teams
HallArcher, Keelan, Karen, Lilly, Alyssa
GladMakenna, Lucas, Teila, Noor, Austin
KoeneckeCarson, Ethan, Reilly, Evan, Cole
PaltzerAbby, Alyssa, Nate, Travis, Donovan
Charleston Downtown Scavenger Hunt Research in Teams
Our starting point for the scavenger hunt is: 100 Broad Street, Charleston, SC 29401
https://www.viator.com/tours/SouthCarolina/CharlestonScavengerHuntAdventure/d29410211P36


Wedesday, May 10, 2017
EARLY Release (schedule)
Volunteers Needed for Reilly and Lilly's Project
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 2 
Day 2 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
6th Grade Math
Investigation 1.4 From Lewes to Chincoteague Island
I can translate notes from a trip journal into a data table.
I can graph data from data table.
Watched a video about the Assateague Island wild horses.
Homework:
Complete a labeled graph from data determined in class.
NoVid

Beginning of Short Story Unit
Finish story line and dialogue planning

Project Reflection
(also in your email)
4 Week Finale Project
Mr L's Brainstorms

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Add, subtract, multiply, divide positive and negative integers checkin
Play the integers game at least twice with a partner.
ORDER of OPERATIONS online game
Order Operations Game II
PEMDAS Robot Blaster
Basketball Order Operations
Spin to WIN

Beginning of Short Story Unit
Finish story line and dialogue planning

Project Reflection
(also in your email)
4 Week Finale Project
Mr L's Brainstorms

8 
8th Grade Math
Review for Functions Test on Thursday
Homework:
Study

Charleston Preparation Teams
HallArcher, Keelan, Karen, Lilly, Alyssa
GladMakenna, Lucas, Teila, Noor, Austin
KoeneckeCarson, Ethan, Reilly, Evan, Cole
PaltzerAbby, Alyssa, Nate, Travis, Donovan
Presentations
Monday:
AbbyNic Animals
ReillyLiberty Square
LucasDeadly Animals
TeilaIsle of Palms
KeelanCharleston Bridge
LillyCharleston
CarsonCharleston Bridge
Tuesday:
NoorIsle of Palms
EthanUSS Yorktown
TravisFort Sumter
DonovanWeather
EvanShrimping Industry
KarenNice Animals
Wednesday:
AlyssaChurches
ArcherDeadly Animals
ColeSouth Carolina
NateMagnolia Gardens
MakennaPatriots Point
AustinLow Country Boil


Tuesday, May 9, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 1 
Day 1 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
6th Grade Math
Bridge construction day. Finalize project.
Began reviewing for tinal test on percentages.
Math

Beginning of Short Story Unit
Planned dialogue for short story

Project Reflection
(also in your email)
4 Week Finale Project
Mr L's Brainstorms

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Add, subtract, multiply, divide positive and negative integers checkin
Play the integers game at least twice with a partner.
ORDER of OPERATIONS online game
Order Operations Game II
PEMDAS Robot Blaster
Basketball Order Operations
Spin to WIN

Beginning of Short Story Unit
Planned dialogue for short story

Project Reflection
(also in your email)
4 Week Finale Project
Mr L's Brainstorms

8 
8th Grade Math
Lesson 1.2 Order of Operations
I can evaluate expressions by using order of operations.
Homework:
Worksheet 1.2

Charleston Preparation Teams
HallArcher, Keelan, Karen, Lilly, Alyssa
GladMakenna, Lucas, Teila, Noor, Austin
KoeneckeCarson, Ethan, Reilly, Evan, Cole
PaltzerAbby, Alyssa, Nate, Travis, Donovan
Presentations
Monday:
AbbyNic Animals
ReillyLiberty Square
LucasDeadly Animals
TeilaIsle of Palms
KeelanCharleston Bridge
LillyCharleston
CarsonCharleston Bridge
Tuesday:
NoorIsle of Palms
EthanUSS Yorktown
TravisFort Sumter
DonovanWeather
EvanShrimping Industry
KarenNice Animals
Wednesday:
AlyssaChurches
ArcherDeadly Animals
ColeSouth Carolina
NateMagnolia Gardens
MakennaPatriots Point
AustinLow Country Boil


Monday, May 8, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 6 
Day 2 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
6th Grade Math
Bridge construction day. Finalize project.
Began reviewing for tinal test on percentages.
Math

Beginning of Short Story Unit
Planned storyboard outline

Project Reflection
(also in your email)
4 Week Finale Project
Mr L's Brainstorms

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Add, subtract, multiply, divide positive and negative integers checkin
Play the integers game at least twice with a partner.
ORDER of OPERATIONS online game
Order Operations Game II
PEMDAS Robot Blaster
Basketball Order Operations
Spin to WIN

Beginning of Short Story Unit
Planned storyboard outline

Project Reflection
(also in your email)
4 Week Finale Project
Mr L's Brainstorms

8 
8th Grade Math
Lesson 1.2 Order of Operations
I can evaluate expressions by using order of operations.
Homework:
Worksheet 1.2

Charleston Preparation
Teams
HallArcher, Keelan, Karen, Lilly, Alyssa
GladMakenna, Lucas, Teila, Noor, Austin
KoeneckeCarson, Ethan, Reilly, Evan, Cole
PaltzerAbby, Alyssa, Nate, Travis, Donovan
Presentations
Monday:
AbbyNic Animals
ReillyLiberty Square
LucasDeadly Animals
TeilaIsle of Palms
KeelanCharleston Bridge
LillyCharleston
CarsonCharleston Bridge
Tuesday:
NoorIsle of Palms
EthanUSS Yorktown
TravisFort Sumter
DonovanWeather
EvanShrimping Industry
KarenNice Animals
Wednesday:
AlyssaChurches
ArcherDeadly Animals
ColeSouth Carolina
NateMagnolia Gardens
MakennaPatriots Point
AustinLow Country Boil


Friday, May 5, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 5 
Day 1 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
6th Grade Math
Test on percentages. Sales tax, tip, and total bills. Perencts as rates.
Math
No homework

Last Week of Poetrymake sure all assignments are wrapped up this week (writing, reading, and speaking)
DLR Week 21
Weekly Task Sheet
Poetry Recital Slide Show RequirementsSlide Show Requirements
Poetry Recital
WedSteven, Chase, Ethan, Parker, Nataniel
Thurs Arielle, Collin, James

4 Week Finale Project
Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following in a PowerPoint or Google Slideshow. ALL slides must have at least 1 image; you must include your own work in your slide show (Google Images will not be acceptable for more than 3 slides:
 What is Engineering? (HINT: Must include something about solving problems)
 Explain the Design Process (you should memorize the 6 steps and include them in your slide)
 Toy Car Challenge (briefly explain)
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensionsinclude explanation and image(s)
 Insulated Water Bottle  explain and add image(s)
 Skimmer  summarize your experience and add image(s)
 3d Modeling (inventor)  explain your experience and include screen shots of your final pegboard and mallet
 Bridge Design  summarize your experience and add image(s)
 Tell which 2 challenges you are taking on and show what your solution is; include screen shots and photos of your notebook, Inventor design, and final 3D prototypes
Design Challenges:
Design Challenge #1 Toy Design Challenge
Design Challenge #2 Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Design Challenge #3  Innovation or Invention
SIGN UP HERE to print on the 3D Printer
SIGN UP HERE to reserve BEARINGS

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Add, subtract, multiply, divide positive and negative integers checkin

Last Week of Poetrymake sure all assignments are wrapped up this week (writing, reading, and speaking)

4 Week Finale Project
Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following in a PowerPoint or Google Slideshow. ALL slides must have at least 1 image; you must include your own work in your slide show (Google Images will not be acceptable for more than 3 slides:
 What is Engineering? (HINT: Must include something about solving problems)
 Explain the Design Process (you should memorize the 6 steps and include them in your slide)
 Toy Car Challenge (briefly explain)
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensionsinclude explanation and image(s)
 Insulated Water Bottle  explain and add image(s)
 Skimmer  summarize your experience and add image(s)
 3d Modeling (inventor)  explain your experience and include screen shots of your final pegboard and mallet
 Bridge Design  summarize your experience and add image(s)
 Tell which 2 challenges you are taking on and show what your solution is; include screen shots and photos of your notebook, Inventor design, and final 3D prototypes
Design Challenges:
Design Challenge #1 Toy Design Challenge
Design Challenge #2 Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Design Challenge #3  Innovation or Invention
SIGN UP HERE to print on the 3D Printer
SIGN UP HERE to reserve BEARINGS

8 
8th Grade Math
Lesson 1.2 Order of Operations
I can evaluate expressions by using order of operations.
Homework:
Worksheet 1.2

Forward Testing

Algebra
122 and 123 Distribution of Data
Stats calculator  box and whisker
5 numbers calculator
Standard Deviation Cal
Histogram
Homework:
Page 768
19 ODD use online calculators
Chapter 10 Retake Lessons
Chapter 9 Retake Lessons
Solving Quadratic Equations by Graphing (80114)
Beginning Completing The Square (80116)
Beginning Quadratic Formula (80118)
Using The Method of Your Choice (80120)


Thursday, May 4, 2017
"May the Fourth be with you"
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 4 
Day 2 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
6th Grade Math
Bridge construction day. Finalize project.
Began reviewing for tinal test on percentages.
Math

Beginning of Short Story Unit
Watched Movie
Finished Poetry for Presentation Night

Project Reflection
(also in your email)
4 Week Finale Project
Mr L's Brainstorms

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Add, subtract, multiply, divide positive and negative integers checkin
Play the integers game at least twice with a partner.

Beginning of Short Story Unit
Watched Movie
Finished Poetry for Presentation Night

Project Reflection
(also in your email)
4 Week Finale Project
Mr L's Brainstorms

8 
8th Grade Math
Lesson 1.2 Order of Operations
I can evaluate expressions by using order of operations.
Homework:
Worksheet 1.2

Charleston Preparation
Teams
HallArcher, Keelan, Karen, Lilly, Alyssa
GladMakenna, Lucas, Teila, Noor, Austin
KoeneckeCarson, Ethan, Reilly, Evan, Cole
PaltzerAbby, Alyssa, Nate, Travis, Donovan
Presentations
Monday:
AbbyNic Animals
ReillyLiberty Square
LucasDeadly Animals
TeilaIsle of Palms
KeelanCharleston Bridge
LillyCharleston
CarsonCharleston Bridge
Tuesday:
NoorIsle of Palms
EthanUSS Yorktown
TravisFort Sumter
DonovanWeather
EvanShrimping Industry
KarenNice Animals
Wednesday:
AlyssaChurches
ArcherDeadly Animals
ColeSouth Carolina
NateMagnolia Gardens
MakennaPatriots Point
AustinLow Country Boil


Wednesday, May 3, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 3 
Day 1 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
6th Grade Math
Bridge construction day. Finalize project.
Began reviewing for tinal test on percentages.
Math

Beginning of Short Story Unit
Watched Movie
Finished Poetry for Presentation Night

Project Reflection
(also in your email)
4 Week Finale Project
Mr L's Brainstorms

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Add, subtract, multiply, divide positive and negative integers checkin
Play the integers game at least twice with a partner.

Beginning of Short Story Unit
Watched Movie
Finished Poetry for Presentation Night

Project Reflection
(also in your email)
4 Week Finale Project
Mr L's Brainstorms

8 
8th Grade Math
Lesson 1.2 Order of Operations
I can evaluate expressions by using order of operations.
Homework:
Worksheet 1.2

Charleston Preparation
Teams
HallArcher, Keelan, Karen, Lilly, Alyssa
GladMakenna, Lucas, Teila, Noor, Austin
KoeneckeCarson, Ethan, Reilly, Evan, Cole
PaltzerAbby, Alyssa, Nate, Travis, Donovan
Presentations
Monday:
AbbyNic Animals
ReillyLiberty Square
LucasDeadly Animals
TeilaIsle of Palms
KeelanCharleston Bridge
LillyCharleston
CarsonCharleston Bridge
Tuesday:
NoorIsle of Palms
EthanUSS Yorktown
TravisFort Sumter
DonovanWeather
EvanShrimping Industry
KarenNice Animals
Wednesday:
AlyssaChurches
ArcherDeadly Animals
ColeSouth Carolina
NateMagnolia Gardens
MakennaPatriots Point
AustinLow Country Boil


Tuesday, May 2, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 2 
Day 2 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
6th Grade Math
Bridge construction day. Finalize project.
Began reviewing for tinal test on percentages.
Math

Beginning of Short Story Unit
Watched Movie
Finished Poetry for Presentation Night

Presentation Night Preparation
4 Week Finale Project
Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following in a PowerPoint or Google Slideshow. ALL slides must have at least 1 image; you must include your own work in your slide show (Google Images will not be acceptable for more than 3 slides:
 What is Engineering? (HINT: Must include something about solving problems)
 Explain the Design Process (you should memorize the 6 steps and include them in your slide)
 Toy Car Challenge (briefly explain)
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensionsinclude explanation and image(s)
 Insulated Water Bottle  explain and add image(s)
 Skimmer  summarize your experience and add image(s)
 3d Modeling (inventor)  explain your experience and include screen shots of your final pegboard and mallet
 Bridge Design  summarize your experience and add image(s)
 Tell which 2 challenges you are taking on and show what your solution is; include screen shots and photos of your notebook, Inventor design, and final 3D prototypes
Design Challenges:
Design Challenge #1 Toy Design Challenge
Design Challenge #2 Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Design Challenge #3  Innovation or Invention
SIGN UP HERE to print on the 3D Printer
SIGN UP HERE to reserve BEARINGS

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Add, subtract, multiply, divide positive and negative integers checkin
Play the integers game at least twice with a partner.

Beginning of Short Story Unit
Watched Movie
Finished Poetry for Presentation Night

Presentation Night Preparation
4 Week Finale Project
Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following in a PowerPoint or Google Slideshow. ALL slides must have at least 1 image; you must include your own work in your slide show (Google Images will not be acceptable for more than 3 slides:
 What is Engineering? (HINT: Must include something about solving problems)
 Explain the Design Process (you should memorize the 6 steps and include them in your slide)
 Toy Car Challenge (briefly explain)
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensionsinclude explanation and image(s)
 Insulated Water Bottle  explain and add image(s)
 Skimmer  summarize your experience and add image(s)
 3d Modeling (inventor)  explain your experience and include screen shots of your final pegboard and mallet
 Bridge Design  summarize your experience and add image(s)
 Tell which 2 challenges you are taking on and show what your solution is; include screen shots and photos of your notebook, Inventor design, and final 3D prototypes
Design Challenges:
Design Challenge #1 Toy Design Challenge
Design Challenge #2 Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Design Challenge #3  Innovation or Invention
SIGN UP HERE to print on the 3D Printer
SIGN UP HERE to reserve BEARINGS

8 
8th Grade Math
Lesson 1.2 Order of Operations
I can evaluate expressions by using order of operations.
Homework:
Worksheet 1.2

Charleston Preparation
Teams
HallArcher, Keelan, Karen, Lilly, Alyssa
GladMakenna, Lucas, Teila, Noor, Austin
KoeneckeCarson, Ethan, Reilly, Evan, Cole
PaltzerAbby, Alyssa, Nate, Travis, Donovan
Presentations
Monday:
AbbyNic Animals
ReillyLiberty Square
LucasDeadly Animals
TeilaIsle of Palms
KeelanCharleston Bridge
LillyCharleston
CarsonCharleston Bridge
Tuesday:
NoorIsle of Palms
EthanUSS Yorktown
TravisFort Sumter
DonovanWeather
EvanShrimping Industry
KarenNice Animals
Wednesday:
AlyssaChurches
ArcherDeadly Animals
ColeSouth Carolina
NateMagnolia Gardens
MakennaPatriots Point
AustinLow Country Boil


Monday, May 1, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 1 
Day 1 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
6th Grade Math
Bridge construction day. Finalize project.
Began reviewing for tinal test on percentages.
Math

Beginning of Short Story Unit
Watched Movie
Finished Poetry for Presentation Night

4 Week Finale Project
Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following in a PowerPoint or Google Slideshow. ALL slides must have at least 1 image; you must include your own work in your slide show (Google Images will not be acceptable for more than 3 slides:
 What is Engineering? (HINT: Must include something about solving problems)
 Explain the Design Process (you should memorize the 6 steps and include them in your slide)
 Toy Car Challenge (briefly explain)
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensionsinclude explanation and image(s)
 Insulated Water Bottle  explain and add image(s)
 Skimmer  summarize your experience and add image(s)
 3d Modeling (inventor)  explain your experience and include screen shots of your final pegboard and mallet
 Bridge Design  summarize your experience and add image(s)
 Tell which 2 challenges you are taking on and show what your solution is; include screen shots and photos of your notebook, Inventor design, and final 3D prototypes
Design Challenges:
Design Challenge #1 Toy Design Challenge
Design Challenge #2 Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Design Challenge #3  Innovation or Invention
SIGN UP HERE to print on the 3D Printer
SIGN UP HERE to reserve BEARINGS

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Add, subtract, multiply, divide positive and negative integers checkin
Play the integers game at least twice with a partner.

Beginning of Short Story Unit
Watched Movie
Finished Poetry for Presentation Night

4 Week Finale Project
Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following in a PowerPoint or Google Slideshow. ALL slides must have at least 1 image; you must include your own work in your slide show (Google Images will not be acceptable for more than 3 slides:
 What is Engineering? (HINT: Must include something about solving problems)
 Explain the Design Process (you should memorize the 6 steps and include them in your slide)
 Toy Car Challenge (briefly explain)
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensionsinclude explanation and image(s)
 Insulated Water Bottle  explain and add image(s)
 Skimmer  summarize your experience and add image(s)
 3d Modeling (inventor)  explain your experience and include screen shots of your final pegboard and mallet
 Bridge Design  summarize your experience and add image(s)
 Tell which 2 challenges you are taking on and show what your solution is; include screen shots and photos of your notebook, Inventor design, and final 3D prototypes
Design Challenges:
Design Challenge #1 Toy Design Challenge
Design Challenge #2 Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Design Challenge #3  Innovation or Invention
SIGN UP HERE to print on the 3D Printer
SIGN UP HERE to reserve BEARINGS

8 
8th Grade Math
Lesson 1.2 Order of Operations
I can evaluate expressions by using order of operations.
Homework:
Worksheet 1.2

Charleston Preparation
Teams
HallArcher, Keelan, Karen, Lilly, Alyssa
GladMakenna, Lucas, Teila, Noor, Austin
KoeneckeCarson, Ethan, Reilly, Evan, Cole
PaltzerAbby, Alyssa, Nate, Travis, Donovan
Presentations
Monday:
AbbyNic Animals
ReillyLiberty Square
LucasDeadly Animals
TeilaIsle of Palms
KeelanCharleston Bridge
LillyCharleston
CarsonCharleston Bridge
Tuesday:
NoorIsle of Palms
EthanUSS Yorktown
TravisFort Sumter
DonovanWeather
EvanShrimping Industry
KarenNice Animals
Wednesday:
AlyssaChurches
ArcherDeadly Animals
ColeSouth Carolina
NateMagnolia Gardens
MakennaPatriots Point
AustinLow Country Boil


Friday, April 28, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 6 
Day 2 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
6th Grade Math
Bridge construction day. Finalize project.
Began reviewing for tinal test on percentages.
Math

Beginning of Short Story Unit
Watched Movie
Finished Poetry for Presentation Night

4 Week Finale Project
Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following in a PowerPoint or Google Slideshow. ALL slides must have at least 1 image; you must include your own work in your slide show (Google Images will not be acceptable for more than 3 slides:
 What is Engineering? (HINT: Must include something about solving problems)
 Explain the Design Process (you should memorize the 6 steps and include them in your slide)
 Toy Car Challenge (briefly explain)
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensionsinclude explanation and image(s)
 Insulated Water Bottle  explain and add image(s)
 Skimmer  summarize your experience and add image(s)
 3d Modeling (inventor)  explain your experience and include screen shots of your final pegboard and mallet
 Bridge Design  summarize your experience and add image(s)
 Tell which 2 challenges you are taking on and show what your solution is; include screen shots and photos of your notebook, Inventor design, and final 3D prototypes
Design Challenges:
Design Challenge #1 Toy Design Challenge
Design Challenge #2 Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Design Challenge #3  Innovation or Invention
SIGN UP HERE to print on the 3D Printer
SIGN UP HERE to reserve BEARINGS

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Add, subtract, multiply, divide positive and negative integers checkin

Beginning of Short Story Unit
Watched Movie
Finished Poetry for Presentation Night

4 Week Finale Project
Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following in a PowerPoint or Google Slideshow. ALL slides must have at least 1 image; you must include your own work in your slide show (Google Images will not be acceptable for more than 3 slides:
 What is Engineering? (HINT: Must include something about solving problems)
 Explain the Design Process (you should memorize the 6 steps and include them in your slide)
 Toy Car Challenge (briefly explain)
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensionsinclude explanation and image(s)
 Insulated Water Bottle  explain and add image(s)
 Skimmer  summarize your experience and add image(s)
 3d Modeling (inventor)  explain your experience and include screen shots of your final pegboard and mallet
 Bridge Design  summarize your experience and add image(s)
 Tell which 2 challenges you are taking on and show what your solution is; include screen shots and photos of your notebook, Inventor design, and final 3D prototypes
Design Challenges:
Design Challenge #1 Toy Design Challenge
Design Challenge #2 Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Design Challenge #3  Innovation or Invention
SIGN UP HERE to print on the 3D Printer
SIGN UP HERE to reserve BEARINGS

8 
8th Grade Math
Lesson 1.2 Order of Operations
I can evaluate expressions by using order of operations.
Homework:
Worksheet 1.2

Charleston Preparation
Teams
HallArcher, Keelan, Karen, Lilly, Alyssa
GladMakenna, Lucas, Teila, Noor, Austin
KoeneckeCarson, Ethan, Reilly, Evan, Cole
PaltzerAbby, Alyssa, Nate, Travis, Donovan
Presentations
Monday:
AbbyNic Animals
ReillyLiberty Square
LucasDeadly Animals
TeilaIsle of Palms
KeelanCharleston Bridge
LillyCharleston
CarsonCharleston Bridge
Tuesday:
NoorIsle of Palms
EthanUSS Yorktown
TravisFort Sumter
DonovanWeather
EvanShrimping Industry
KarenNice Animals
Wednesday:
AlyssaChurches
ArcherDeadly Animals
ColeSouth Carolina
NateMagnolia Gardens
MakennaPatriots Point
AustinLow Country Boil

Algebra
10.4 Radical Equations .
Homework:
Pages 644
127 odd
Chapter 9 Retake Lessons
Solving Quadratic Equations by Graphing (80114)
Beginning Completing The Square (80116)
Beginning Quadratic Formula (80118)
Using The Method of Your Choice (80120)


Friday, April 28, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 6 
Day 2 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
6th Grade Math
Bridge construction day. Finalize project.
Began reviewing for tinal test on percentages.
Math

Last Week of Poetrymake sure all assignments are wrapped up this week (writing, reading, and speaking)
DLR Week 21
Weekly Task Sheet
Poetry Recital Slide Show RequirementsSlide Show Requirements
Poetry Recital
WedSteven, Chase, Ethan, Parker, Nataniel
Thurs Arielle, Collin, James

4 Week Finale Project
Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following in a PowerPoint or Google Slideshow. ALL slides must have at least 1 image; you must include your own work in your slide show (Google Images will not be acceptable for more than 3 slides:
 What is Engineering? (HINT: Must include something about solving problems)
 Explain the Design Process (you should memorize the 6 steps and include them in your slide)
 Toy Car Challenge (briefly explain)
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensionsinclude explanation and image(s)
 Insulated Water Bottle  explain and add image(s)
 Skimmer  summarize your experience and add image(s)
 3d Modeling (inventor)  explain your experience and include screen shots of your final pegboard and mallet
 Bridge Design  summarize your experience and add image(s)
 Tell which 2 challenges you are taking on and show what your solution is; include screen shots and photos of your notebook, Inventor design, and final 3D prototypes
Design Challenges:
Design Challenge #1 Toy Design Challenge
Design Challenge #2 Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Design Challenge #3  Innovation or Invention
SIGN UP HERE to print on the 3D Printer
SIGN UP HERE to reserve BEARINGS

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Add, subtract, multiply, divide positive and negative integers checkin

Last Week of Poetrymake sure all assignments are wrapped up this week (writing, reading, and speaking)

4 Week Finale Project
Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following in a PowerPoint or Google Slideshow. ALL slides must have at least 1 image; you must include your own work in your slide show (Google Images will not be acceptable for more than 3 slides:
 What is Engineering? (HINT: Must include something about solving problems)
 Explain the Design Process (you should memorize the 6 steps and include them in your slide)
 Toy Car Challenge (briefly explain)
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensionsinclude explanation and image(s)
 Insulated Water Bottle  explain and add image(s)
 Skimmer  summarize your experience and add image(s)
 3d Modeling (inventor)  explain your experience and include screen shots of your final pegboard and mallet
 Bridge Design  summarize your experience and add image(s)
 Tell which 2 challenges you are taking on and show what your solution is; include screen shots and photos of your notebook, Inventor design, and final 3D prototypes
Design Challenges:
Design Challenge #1 Toy Design Challenge
Design Challenge #2 Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Design Challenge #3  Innovation or Invention
SIGN UP HERE to print on the 3D Printer
SIGN UP HERE to reserve BEARINGS

8 
8th Grade Math
Lesson 1.2 Order of Operations
I can evaluate expressions by using order of operations.
Homework:
Worksheet 1.2

Forward Testing

Algebra
10.4 Radical Equations .
Homework:
Pages 644
127 odd
Chapter 9 Retake Lessons
Solving Quadratic Equations by Graphing (80114)
Beginning Completing The Square (80116)
Beginning Quadratic Formula (80118)
Using The Method of Your Choice (80120)


Thursday, April 27, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 5 
Day 1 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
6th Grade Math
Bridge construction day. Finalize project.
Began reviewing for tinal test on percentages.
Math

Last Week of Poetrymake sure all assignments are wrapped up this week (writing, reading, and speaking)
DLR Week 21
Weekly Task Sheet
Poetry Recital Slide Show RequirementsSlide Show Requirements
Poetry Recital
WedSteven, Chase, Ethan, Parker, Nataniel
Thurs Arielle, Collin, James

Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following in a PowerPoint or Google Slideshow. ALL slides must have at least 1 image; you must include your own work in your slide show (Google Images will not be acceptable for more than 3 slides:
 What is Engineering? (HINT: Must include something about solving problems)
 Explain the Design Process (you should memorize the 6 steps and include them in your slide)
 Toy Car Challenge (briefly explain)
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensionsinclude explanation and image(s)
 Insulated Water Bottle  explain and add image(s)
 Skimmer  summarize your experience and add image(s)
 3d Modeling (inventor)  explain your experience and include screen shots of your final pegboard and mallet
 Bridge Design  summarize your experience and add image(s)
 Tell which 2 challenges you are taking on and show what your solution is; include screen shots and photos of your notebook, Inventor design, and final 3D prototypes
Design Challenges:
Design Challenge #1 Toy Design Challenge
Design Challenge #2 Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Design Challenge #3  Innovation or Invention
SIGN UP HERE to print on the 3D Printer
SIGN UP HERE to reserve BEARINGS

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Add, subtract, multiply, divide positive and negative integers checkin

Last Week of Poetrymake sure all assignments are wrapped up this week (writing, reading, and speaking)

Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following in a PowerPoint or Google Slideshow. ALL slides must have at least 1 image; you must include your own work in your slide show (Google Images will not be acceptable for more than 3 slides:
 What is Engineering? (HINT: Must include something about solving problems)
 Explain the Design Process (you should memorize the 6 steps and include them in your slide)
 Toy Car Challenge (briefly explain)
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensionsinclude explanation and image(s)
 Insulated Water Bottle  explain and add image(s)
 Skimmer  summarize your experience and add image(s)
 3d Modeling (inventor)  explain your experience and include screen shots of your final pegboard and mallet
 Bridge Design  summarize your experience and add image(s)
 Tell which 2 challenges you are taking on and show what your solution is; include screen shots and photos of your notebook, Inventor design, and final 3D prototypes
Design Challenges:
Design Challenge #1 Toy Design Challenge
Design Challenge #2 Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Design Challenge #3  Innovation or Invention
SIGN UP HERE to print on the 3D Printer
SIGN UP HERE to reserve BEARINGS

8 
8th Grade Math
Lesson 1.2 Order of Operations
I can evaluate expressions by using order of operations.
Homework:
Worksheet 1.2

Forward Testing

Algebra
10.4 Radical Equations .
Homework:
Pages 644
127 odd
Chapter 9 Retake Lessons
Solving Quadratic Equations by Graphing (80114)
Beginning Completing The Square (80116)
Beginning Quadratic Formula (80118)
Using The Method of Your Choice (80120)


Wednesday, April 26, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 4 
Day 2 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
Bridge construction day. Finalize project.
Math

Last Week of Poetrymake sure all assignments are wrapped up this week (writing, reading, and speaking)
DLR Week 21
Weekly Task Sheet
Poetry Recital Slide Show RequirementsSlide Show Requirements
Poetry Recital
WedSteven, Chase, Ethan, Parker, Nataniel
Thurs Arielle, Collin, James

Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following in a PowerPoint or Google Slideshow. ALL slides must have at least 1 image; you must include your own work in your slide show (Google Images will not be acceptable for more than 3 slides:
 What is Engineering? (HINT: Must include something about solving problems)
 Explain the Design Process (you should memorize the 6 steps and include them in your slide)
 Toy Car Challenge (briefly explain)
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensionsinclude explanation and image(s)
 Insulated Water Bottle  explain and add image(s)
 Skimmer  summarize your experience and add image(s)
 3d Modeling (inventor)  explain your experience and include screen shots of your final pegboard and mallet
 Bridge Design  summarize your experience and add image(s)
 Tell which 2 challenges you are taking on and show what your solution is; include screen shots and photos of your notebook, Inventor design, and final 3D prototypes
Design Challenges:
Design Challenge #1 Toy Design Challenge
Design Challenge #2 Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Design Challenge #3  Innovation or Invention
SIGN UP HERE to print on the 3D Printer
SIGN UP HERE to reserve BEARINGS

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Add, subtract, multiply, divide positive and negative integers checkin

Last Week of Poetrymake sure all assignments are wrapped up this week (writing, reading, and speaking)

Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following in a PowerPoint or Google Slideshow. ALL slides must have at least 1 image; you must include your own work in your slide show (Google Images will not be acceptable for more than 3 slides:
 What is Engineering? (HINT: Must include something about solving problems)
 Explain the Design Process (you should memorize the 6 steps and include them in your slide)
 Toy Car Challenge (briefly explain)
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensionsinclude explanation and image(s)
 Insulated Water Bottle  explain and add image(s)
 Skimmer  summarize your experience and add image(s)
 3d Modeling (inventor)  explain your experience and include screen shots of your final pegboard and mallet
 Bridge Design  summarize your experience and add image(s)
 Tell which 2 challenges you are taking on and show what your solution is; include screen shots and photos of your notebook, Inventor design, and final 3D prototypes
Design Challenges:
Design Challenge #1 Toy Design Challenge
Design Challenge #2 Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Design Challenge #3  Innovation or Invention
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8th Grade Math
Lesson 1.1  Algeb expressions
Homework:
Finish worksheet  18 problems

Forward Testing

Algebra
10.3 Operations with radical expressions.
Homework:
Pages 637638
125 odd, 3135 odd
Chapter 9 Retake Lessons
Solving Quadratic Equations by Graphing (80114)
Beginning Completing The Square (80116)
Beginning Quadratic Formula (80118)
Using The Method of Your Choice (80120)


Tuesday, April 25, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 3 
Day 1 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
FINAL Wisconsin Forward Test
Math
Thanks students for your hard work and patience. You are appreciated.

Last Week of Poetrymake sure all assignments are wrapped up this week (writing, reading, and speaking)
DLR Week 21
Weekly Task Sheet
Poetry Recital Slide Show RequirementsSlide Show Requirements
Poetry Recital
Grading
3=memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 1520 lines
4= memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 20+ lines
2= memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 1014 lines
1=memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 510 lines
BLU=memorize and share with fluency a poem with less than 5 lines
***All poems must be preapproved by Mrs. K***
Recital Date Assignments:
MonSavannah, Mckenna, Ally, Kendall, Blake, Brad
TuesKylie, Nathan, Emmett, Brynn, Ava
WedSteven, Chase, Ethan, Parker, Nataniel
Thurs Arielle, Collin, James

Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following in a PowerPoint or Google Slideshow:
 What is Engineering?
 Explain the Design Process
 Toy Car Challenge
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensions
 Insulated Water Bottle
 Skimmer
 3d Modeling (inventor)  explain your experience and include screen shots of your final pegboard and mallet
 Bridge Design
 Tell which 2 challenges you are taking on and show what your solution is; include screen shots and photos of your notebook, Inventor design, and final 3D prototypes
Design Challenges:
Design Challenge #1 Toy Design Challenge
Design Challenge #2 Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Design Challenge #3  Innovation or Invention
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Mr. Lundstrom
FORWARD Test Practice
Multiply and Divide Positive Negative Integers.
Please view and practice on Khan Academy:

Last Week of Poetrymake sure all assignments are wrapped up this week (writing, reading, and speaking)
DLR Week 21
Weekly Task Sheet
Poetry Recital Slide Show Requirements
Poetry Recital
Grading
3=memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 1520 lines
4= memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 20+ lines
2= memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 1014 lines
1=memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 510 lines
BLU=memorize and share with fluency a poem with less than 5 lines
***All poems must be preapproved by Mrs. K***
Due the week of April 24th, names will be drawn this week for recital dates
Recital Assignments:
Mon Kyle, Ashten, Brodie, Brady, Grady
Tues Adam, CJ, Bryson, Christian, Aleigha
Wed Gabi, Kaylee, Ella, Taylor, Kelton
Thurs Tavia, Emma, Lauren, Salena, Colton, Devon

Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following in a PowerPoint or Google Slideshow:
 What is Engineering?
 Explain the Design Process
 Toy Car Challenge
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensions
 Insulated Water Bottle
 Skimmer
 3d Modeling (inventor)  explain your experience and include screen shots of your final pegboard and mallet
 Bridge Design
 Tell which 2 challenges you are taking on and show what your solution is; include screen shots and photos of your notebook, Inventor design, and final 3D prototypes
Design Challenges:
Design Challenge #1 Toy Design Challenge
Design Challenge #2 Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Design Challenge #3  Innovation or Invention
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SIGN UP HERE to reserve BEARINGS

8 
8th Grade Math
Wisconsin Forward Test on Math
Thanks students for your hard work and patience. You are appreciated.
Homework:

Last Week of Poetrymake sure all assignments are wrapped up this week (writing, reading, and speaking)
DLR Week 21
Weekly Task Sheet
Poetry Recital Slide Show RequirementsSlide Show Requirements
Poetry Recital
Grading
3=memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 1520 lines
4= memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 20+ lines
2= memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 1014 lines
1=memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 510 lines
BLU=memorize and share with fluency a poem with less than 5 lines
***All poems must be preapproved by Mrs. K***
Due the week of April 24th, names will be drawn this week for recital dates
Recital Assignments:
Mon Reilly, Alyssa, Abby, Donovan, Austin
TuesKaren, Lilly, Cole, Archer, Jason
Wed Makenna, Teila, Carson, Ethan, Nate
ThursEvan, Travis, Keelan, Lucas, Noor

Algebra
Wisconsin Forward Math Test
Thanks students for your hard work and patience. You are appreciated.
Review any of the following concepts that you do not understand to retake the last test.
Solving Quadratic Equations by Graphing (80114)
Beginning Completing The Square (80116)
Beginning Quadratic Formula (80118)
Using The Method of Your Choice (80120)


Monday, April 24, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 2 
Day 2 
Help Mr. Lundstrom Improve (kindly fill out this survey)...Thanks!
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
PRACTICE TEST for Wisconsin Forward math test taking place Tuesday
BRIDGE BUILDING  balsa bridge construction

Last Week of Poetrymake sure all assignments are wrapped up this week (writing, reading, and speaking)
DLR Week 21
Weekly Task Sheet
Poetry Recital Slide Show RequirementsSlide Show Requirements
Poetry Recital
Grading
3=memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 1520 lines
4= memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 20+ lines
2= memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 1014 lines
1=memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 510 lines
BLU=memorize and share with fluency a poem with less than 5 lines
***All poems must be preapproved by Mrs. K***
Recital Date Assignments:
MonSavannah, Mckenna, Ally, Kendall, Blake, Brad
TuesKylie, Nathan, Emmett, Brynn, Ava
WedSteven, Chase, Ethan, Parker, Nataniel
Thurs Arielle, Collin, James

Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following in a PowerPoint or Google Slideshow:
 What is Engineering?
 Explain the Design Process
 Toy Car Challenge
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensions
 Insulated Water Bottle
 Skimmer
 3d Modeling (inventor)  explain your experience and include screen shots of your final pegboard and mallet
 Bridge Design
 Tell which 2 challenges you are taking on and show what your solution is; include screen shots and photos of your notebook, Inventor design, and final 3D prototypes
Design Challenges:
Design Challenge #1 Toy Design Challenge
Design Challenge #2 Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Design Challenge #3  Innovation or Invention
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Mr. Lundstrom
FORWARD Test Practice
Multiply and Divide Positive Negative Integers.
Please view and practice on Khan Academy:

Last Week of Poetrymake sure all assignments are wrapped up this week (writing, reading, and speaking)
DLR Week 21
Weekly Task Sheet
Poetry Recital Slide Show Requirements
Poetry Recital
Grading
3=memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 1520 lines
4= memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 20+ lines
2= memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 1014 lines
1=memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 510 lines
BLU=memorize and share with fluency a poem with less than 5 lines
***All poems must be preapproved by Mrs. K***
Due the week of April 24th, names will be drawn this week for recital dates
Recital Assignments:
Mon Kyle, Ashten, Brodie, Brady, Grady
Tues Adam, CJ, Bryson, Christian, Aleigha
Wed Gabi, Kaylee, Ella, Taylor, Kelton
Thurs Tavia, Emma, Lauren, Salena, Colton, Devon

Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following in a PowerPoint or Google Slideshow:
 What is Engineering?
 Explain the Design Process
 Toy Car Challenge
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensions
 Insulated Water Bottle
 Skimmer
 3d Modeling (inventor)  explain your experience and include screen shots of your final pegboard and mallet
 Bridge Design
 Tell which 2 challenges you are taking on and show what your solution is; include screen shots and photos of your notebook, Inventor design, and final 3D prototypes
Design Challenges:
Design Challenge #1 Toy Design Challenge
Design Challenge #2 Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Design Challenge #3  Innovation or Invention
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SIGN UP HERE to reserve BEARINGS

8 
8th Grade Math
PRACTICE TEST for Wisconsin Forward math test taking place Tuesday
Homework:
Mathhelp lesson in case you need extra practice:
TwoStep Equations (79017)
Equations with Fractions (79018)
Equations Involving Distributive (79019)

Last Week of Poetrymake sure all assignments are wrapped up this week (writing, reading, and speaking)
DLR Week 21
Weekly Task Sheet
Poetry Recital Slide Show RequirementsSlide Show Requirements
Poetry Recital
Grading
3=memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 1520 lines
4= memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 20+ lines
2= memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 1014 lines
1=memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 510 lines
BLU=memorize and share with fluency a poem with less than 5 lines
***All poems must be preapproved by Mrs. K***
Due the week of April 24th, names will be drawn this week for recital dates
Recital Assignments:
Mon Reilly, Alyssa, Abby, Donovan, Austin
TuesKaren, Lilly, Cole, Archer, Jason
Wed Makenna, Teila, Carson, Ethan, Nate
ThursEvan, Travis, Keelan, Lucas, Noor

Algebra
PRACTICE TEST for Wisconsin Forward math test taking place Tuesday
Review any of the following concepts that you do not understand to retake the last test.
Solving Quadratic Equations by Graphing (80114)
Beginning Completing The Square (80116)
Beginning Quadratic Formula (80118)
Using The Method of Your Choice (80120)


Friday, April 21, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 1 
Day 1 
Help Mr. Lundstrom Improve (kindly fill out this survey)...Thanks!
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
Rotation Work:
Front of Room 
Decimal Ops Investigation 4.4
At Computers:
1. Complete your bridge blue print  see examples
2. Review decimal lessons in mathhelp so that you are ready for work up front.

Poets to choose from:
Edgar Allen Poe
William Shakespeare
Maya Angelou
Emily Dickinson
Shel Silverstein
Robert Frost
Langston Hughes
Walt Whitman
Oscar Wilde
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Mark Twain
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Lewis Carroll
Grading
3=memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 1520 lines
4= memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 20+ lines
2= memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 1014 lines
1=memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 510 lines
BLU=memorize and share with fluency a poem with less than 5 lines
***All poems must be preapproved by Mrs. K***
Due the week of April 24th, names will be drawn this week for recital dates
Recital Assignments:
MonSavannah, Mckenna, Ally, Kendall, Blake, Brad
TuesKylie, Nathan, Emmett, Brynn, Ava
WedSteven, Chase, Ethan, Parker, Nataniel
Thurs Arielle, Collin, James

Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following in a PowerPoint or Google Slideshow:
 What is Engineering?
 Explain the Design Process
 Toy Car Challenge
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensions
 Insulated Water Bottle
 Skimmer
 3d Modeling (inventor)  explain your experience and include screen shots of your final pegboard and mallet
 Bridge Design
 Tell which 2 challenges you are taking on and show what your solution is; include screen shots and photos of your notebook, Inventor design, and final 3D prototypes
Design Challenges:
Design Challenge #1 Toy Design Challenge
Design Challenge #2 Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Design Challenge #3  Innovation or Invention
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SIGN UP HERE to reserve BEARINGS

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Mr. Lundstrom
Complete p.18 & 19; you can either use objects or the online "chip board" to work through the problems
Chapter 2: Integers
Unit_2:_Integer Ops

A:

Addition (78021)


B:

Subtraction (78022)


C:

Multiplication (78023)


D:

Division (78024)


E:

Order of Operations (78025)


Poets to choose from:
Edgar Allen Poe
William Shakespeare
Maya Angelou
Emily Dickinson
Shel Silverstein
Robert Frost
Langston Hughes
Walt Whitman
Oscar Wilde
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Mark Twain
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Lewis Carroll
Grading
3=memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 1520 lines
4= memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 20+ lines
2= memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 1014 lines
1=memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 510 lines
BLU=memorize and share with fluency a poem with less than 5 lines
***All poems must be preapproved by Mrs. K***
Due the week of April 24th, names will be drawn this week for recital dates
Recital Assignments:
Mon Kyle, Ashten, Brodie, Brady, Grady
Tues Adam, CJ, Bryson, Christian, Aleigha
Wed Gabi, Kaylee, Ella, Taylor, Kelton
Thurs Tavia, Emma, Lauren, Salena, Colton, Devon

Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following in a PowerPoint or Google Slideshow:
 What is Engineering?
 Explain the Design Process
 Toy Car Challenge
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensions
 Insulated Water Bottle
 Skimmer
 3d Modeling (inventor)  explain your experience and include screen shots of your final pegboard and mallet
 Bridge Design
 Tell which 2 challenges you are taking on and show what your solution is; include screen shots and photos of your notebook, Inventor design, and final 3D prototypes
Design Challenges:
Design Challenge #1 Toy Design Challenge
Design Challenge #2 Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Design Challenge #3  Innovation or Invention
SIGN UP HERE to print on the 3D Printer
SIGN UP HERE to reserve BEARINGS

8 
8th Grade Math
Solving twostep equations.
Riddle worksheets
Test of Knowledge Page 207
Daffynition Decoder Page 208
Homework:
Finish worksheet
Mathhelp lesson in case you need extra practice:
TwoStep Equations (79017)
Equations with Fractions (79018)
Equations Involving Distributive (79019)

Poets to choose from:
Edgar Allen Poe
William Shakespeare
Maya Angelou
Emily Dickinson
Shel Silverstein
Robert Frost
Langston Hughes
Walt Whitman
Oscar Wilde
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Mark Twain
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Lewis Carroll
Grading
3=memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 1520 lines
4= memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 20+ lines
2= memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 1014 lines
1=memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 510 lines
BLU=memorize and share with fluency a poem with less than 5 lines
***All poems must be preapproved by Mrs. K***
Due the week of April 24th, names will be drawn this week for recital dates
Recital Assignments:
Mon Reilly, Alyssa, Abby, Donovan, Austin
TuesKaren, Lilly, Cole, Archer, Jason
Wed Makenna, Teila, Carson, Ethan, Nate
ThursEvan, Travis, Keelan, Lucas, Noor

Algebra
10.2 Radical Equations
Homework:
Page 631632 19 All 23,25,35
If need to revisit please checkout the following mathhelp lesson:
Simplifying Rational Expressions (80096)
Review any of the following concepts that you do not understand to retake the last test.
Solving Quadratic Equations by Graphing (80114)
Beginning Completing The Square (80116)
Beginning Quadratic Formula (80118)
Using The Method of Your Choice (80120)




Thursday, April 20, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 1 
Day 1 
Help Mr. Lundstrom Improve (kindly fill out this survey)...Thanks!
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
Wisconsin Forward Testing
ELA 3 &4

Poets to choose from:
Edgar Allen Poe
William Shakespeare
Maya Angelou
Emily Dickinson
Shel Silverstein
Robert Frost
Langston Hughes
Walt Whitman
Oscar Wilde
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Mark Twain
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Lewis Carroll
Grading
3=memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 1520 lines
4= memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 20+ lines
2= memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 1014 lines
1=memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 510 lines
BLU=memorize and share with fluency a poem with less than 5 lines
***All poems must be preapproved by Mrs. K***
Due the week of April 24th, names will be drawn this week for recital dates

Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following in a PowerPoint or Google Slideshow:
 What is Engineering?
 Explain the Design Process
 Toy Car Challenge
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensions
 Insulated Water Bottle
 Skimmer
 3d Modeling (inventor)  explain your experience and include screen shots of your final pegboard and mallet
 Bridge Design
 Tell which 2 challenges you are taking on and show what your solution is; include screen shots and photos of your notebook, Inventor design, and final 3D prototypes
Design Challenges:
Design Challenge #1 Toy Design Challenge
Design Challenge #2 Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Design Challenge #3  Innovation or Invention
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SIGN UP HERE to reserve BEARINGS

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Complete p.18 & 19; you can either use objects or the online "chip board" to work through the problems
Chapter 2: Integers
Unit_2:_Integer Ops

A:

Addition (78021)


B:

Subtraction (78022)


C:

Multiplication (78023)


D:

Division (78024)


E:

Order of Operations (78025)


Wisconsin Forward Testing
ELA 3&4

Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following in a PowerPoint or Google Slideshow:
 What is Engineering?
 Explain the Design Process
 Toy Car Challenge
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensions
 Insulated Water Bottle
 Skimmer
 3d Modeling (inventor)  explain your experience and include screen shots of your final pegboard and mallet
 Bridge Design
 Tell which 2 challenges you are taking on and show what your solution is; include screen shots and photos of your notebook, Inventor design, and final 3D prototypes
Design Challenges:
Design Challenge #1 Toy Design Challenge
Design Challenge #2 Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Design Challenge #3  Innovation or Invention
SIGN UP HERE to print on the 3D Printer
SIGN UP HERE to reserve BEARINGS

8 
8th Grade Math
Solving twostep equations.
Riddle worksheets
Test of Knowledge Page 207
Daffynition Decoder Page 208
Homework:
Finish worksheet
Mathhelp lesson in case you need extra practice:
TwoStep Equations (79017)
Equations with Fractions (79018)
Equations Involving Distributive (79019)

Wisconsin Forward Testing
ELA 3&4

Algebra
10.2 Radical Equations
Homework:
Page 631632 19 All 23,25,35
If need to revisit please checkout the following mathhelp lesson:
Simplifying Rational Expressions (80096)
Review any of the following concepts that you do not understand to retake the last test.
Solving Quadratic Equations by Graphing (80114)
Beginning Completing The Square (80116)
Beginning Quadratic Formula (80118)
Using The Method of Your Choice (80120)


Tuesday, April 18, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 5 
Day 3 
Help Mr. Lundstrom Improve (kindly fill out this survey)...Thanks!
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
Wisconsin Forward Testing
ELA 1 & 2

Poets to choose from:
Edgar Allen Poe
William Shakespeare
Maya Angelou
Emily Dickinson
Shel Silverstein
Robert Frost
Langston Hughes
Walt Whitman
Oscar Wilde
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Mark Twain
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Lewis Carroll
Grading
3=memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 1520 lines
4= memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 20+ lines
2= memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 1014 lines
1=memorize and share with fluency a poem with a minimum of 510 lines
BLU=memorize and share with fluency a poem with less than 5 lines
***All poems must be preapproved by Mrs. K***
Due the week of April 24th, names will be drawn this week for recital dates

Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following in a PowerPoint or Google Slideshow:
 What is Engineering?
 Explain the Design Process
 Toy Car Challenge
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensions
 Insulated Water Bottle
 Skimmer
 3d Modeling (inventor)
 Bridge Design
 Tell which 2 challenges you are taking on and show what your solution is.
Design Challenges:
Design Challenge #1 Toy Design Challenge
Design Challenge #2 Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Design Challenge #3  Innovation or Invention
SIGN UP HERE to print on the 3D Printer
SIGN UP HERE to reserve BEARINGS

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Complete p.18 & 19; you can either use objects or the online "chip board" to work through the problems
Chapter 2: Integers
Unit_2:_Integer Ops

A:

Addition (78021)


B:

Subtraction (78022)


C:

Multiplication (78023)


D:

Division (78024)


E:

Order of Operations (78025)


Wisconsin Forward Testing
ELA 1 & 2

Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following in a PowerPoint or Google Slideshow:
 What is Engineering?
 Explain the Design Process
 Toy Car Challenge
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensions
 Insulated Water Bottle
 Skimmer
 Bridge Design
 3d Modeling (inventor)
 Tell which 2 challenges you are taking on and show what your solution is.
Design Challenges:
Design Challenge #1 Toy Design Challenge
Design Challenge #2 Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Design Challenge #3  Innovation or Invention
SIGN UP HERE to print on the 3D Printer
SIGN UP HERE to reserve BEARINGS

8 
8th Grade Math
2.2 Substituing equations for variables
Homework:
Mathhelp lesson:

Wisconsin Forward Testing
ELA 1 & 2

Algebra  Review for Friday's Chapter 9 test
Use your note card  quadratic equation; axis of symmetry; discriminant
Review for Friday's test with the following lessons:
Solving Quadratic Equations by Graphing (80114)
Beginning Completing The Square (80116)
Beginning Quadratic Formula (80118)
Using The Method of Your Choice (80120)
Looking to Go Above and Beyond(Level 4 stuff)
Beginning Imaginary Numbers (80121)


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Monday, April 17, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 4 
Day 2 
STAR TESTING
Help Mr. Lundstrom Improve (kindly fill out this survey)...Thanks!
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
Back of room rotation:
Math Help Percent of a Number (86087)
Screen shot bridge design. Upload it to Google Drive. Print off for next rotation.
Front of room roation.
Taxes, Discounts Practice Continued
Everyone up Front at 9:00 for bridge introduction:
Design Bridge on graph paper

Final Touches on Poetry Book
1) Cove Page
2) Dedication Page
3) Table of Contents
4) Number Pages
5) All 8 poem styles are included with required amounts for each
6) All pages are 75% utilized
7) All grammar properly executed
8) Neatness to Mrs. K's standards
Grading
3=Meets all 8 Final Touches Requirements
4= Exceeds the 8 Final Touches Requirements
2= Meets 7 of the Final Touches Requirements
1=Meets 6 of the Final Touches Requirements
BLU=Meets 5 or Less of the Final Touches Requirements, will be asked to make changes prior to grade being entered.
**This is an essential project to pass 4th quarter**
Due Tuesday, April 18th

Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following in a PowerPoint or Google Slideshow:
 What is Engineering?
 Toy Car Challenge
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensions
 Insulated Water Bottle
 Skimmer
 3d Modeling (inventor)
 Your completed pegboard with sides
 Mallet creation
Design Challenges:
Design Challenge #1 Toy Design Challenge
Design Challenge #2 Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Fidget Toy ideas
Spinner Idea
Design Challenge #3  Innovation or Invention
SIGN UP HERE to print on the 3D Printer
SIGN UP HERE to reserve BEARINGS

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Chapter 2: Integers
Unit 2: Integer Operations

A:

Addition (78021)


B:

Subtraction (78022)


C:

Multiplication (78023)


D:

Division (78024)


E:

Order of Operations (78025)


Final Touches on Poetry Book
1) Cove Page
2) Dedication Page
3) Table of Contents
4) Number Pages
5) All 8 poem styles are included with required amounts for each
6) All pages are 75% utilized
7) All grammar properly executed
8) Neatness to Mrs. K's standards
Grading
3=Meets all 8 Final Touches Requirements
4= Exceeds the 8 Final Touches Requirements
2= Meets 7 of the Final Touches Requirements
1=Meets 6 of the Final Touches Requirements
BLU=Meets 5 or Less of the Final Touches Requirements, will be asked to make changes prior to grade being entered.
Due Tuesday, April 18th
**This is an essential project to pass 4th quarter**

Mallet Head dimensions
Please prepare to share the following this week:
 Skimmer page in Engineering Notebook with the following:
 Orthographic and Isometric views of skimmer
 Front scoop drawn to actual size
 Written explanation of skimmer construction experience
 Written explanation of skimmer performance
 Dimensioning (guidelines) Notes only (full slideshow here)
 Design Brief summary (NOTES click HERE)
Design Challenges:
Design Challenge #1 Toy Design Challenge
Design Challenge #2 Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Fidget Toy ideas
Spinner Idea
Design Challenge #3  Innovation or Invention
SIGN UP HERE to print on the 3D Printer
SIGN UP HERE to reserve BEARINGS
Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following in a PowerPoint or Google Slides presentation:
 What is Engineering?
 Toy Car Challenge
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensions
 Insulated Water Bottle
 Skimmer
 3d Modeling (inventor)

8 
8th Grade Math
2.2 Substituing equations for variables
Homework:
Mathhelp lesson:

Final Touches on Poetry Book
1) Cove Page
2) Dedication Page
3) Table of Contents
4) Number Pages
5) All 8 poem styles are included with required amounts for each
6) All pages are 75% utilized
7) All grammar properly executed
8) Neatness to Mrs. K's standards
Grading
3=Meets all 8 Final Touches Requirements
4= Exceeds the 8 Final Touches Requirements
2= Meets 7 of the Final Touches Requirements
1=Meets 6 of the Final Touches Requirements
BLU=Meets 5 or Less of the Final Touches Requirements, will be asked to make changes prior to grade being entered.
Due Tuesday, April 18th
**This is an essential project to pass 4th quarter**

Algebra  Review for Friday's Chapter 9 test
Use your note card  quadratic equation; axis of symmetry; discriminant
Review for Friday's test with the following lessons:
Solving Quadratic Equations by Graphing (80114)
Beginning Completing The Square (80116)
Beginning Quadratic Formula (80118)
Using The Method of Your Choice (80120)
Looking to Go Above and Beyond(Level 4 stuff)
Beginning Imaginary Numbers (80121)


Thursday, April 13, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 2 
Day 2 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
Back of room rotation:
Math Help Percent of a Number (86087)
Screen shot bridge design. Upload it to Google Drive. Print off for next rotation.
Front of room roation.
Taxes, Discounts Practice Continued
Everyone up Front at 9:00 for bridge introduction:
Design Bridge on graph paper

Final Touches on Poetry Book
1) Cove Page
2) Dedication Page
3) Table of Contents
4) Number Pages
5) All 8 poem styles are included with required amounts for each
6) All pages are 75% utilized
7) All grammar properly executed
8) Neatness to Mrs. K's standards
Grading
3=Meets all 8 Final Touches Requirements
4= Exceeds the 8 Final Touches Requirements
2= Meets 7 of the Final Touches Requirements
1=Meets 6 of the Final Touches Requirements
BLU=Meets 5 or Less of the Final Touches Requirements, will be asked to make changes prior to grade being entered.
**This is an essential project to pass 4th quarter**
Due Tuesday, April 18th

Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following in a PowerPoint or Google Slideshow:
 What is Engineering?
 Toy Car Challenge
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensions
 Insulated Water Bottle
 Skimmer
 3d Modeling (inventor)
 Your completed pegboard with sides
 Mallet creation
Design Challenges:
Design Challenge #1 Toy Design Challenge
Design Challenge #2 Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Fidget Toy ideas
Spinner Idea
Design Challenge #3  Innovation or Invention
SIGN UP HERE to print on the 3D Printer
SIGN UP HERE to reserve BEARINGS

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Chapter 2: Integers
Unit 2: Integer Operations

A:

Addition (78021)


B:

Subtraction (78022)


C:

Multiplication (78023)


D:

Division (78024)


E:

Order of Operations (78025)


Final Touches on Poetry Book
1) Cove Page
2) Dedication Page
3) Table of Contents
4) Number Pages
5) All 8 poem styles are included with required amounts for each
6) All pages are 75% utilized
7) All grammar properly executed
8) Neatness to Mrs. K's standards
Grading
3=Meets all 8 Final Touches Requirements
4= Exceeds the 8 Final Touches Requirements
2= Meets 7 of the Final Touches Requirements
1=Meets 6 of the Final Touches Requirements
BLU=Meets 5 or Less of the Final Touches Requirements, will be asked to make changes prior to grade being entered.
Due Tuesday, April 18th
**This is an essential project to pass 4th quarter**

Mallet Head dimensions
Please prepare to share the following this week:
 Skimmer page in Engineering Notebook with the following:
 Orthographic and Isometric views of skimmer
 Front scoop drawn to actual size
 Written explanation of skimmer construction experience
 Written explanation of skimmer performance
 Dimensioning (guidelines) Notes only (full slideshow here)
 Design Brief summary (NOTES click HERE)
Design Challenges:
Design Challenge #1 Toy Design Challenge
Design Challenge #2 Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Fidget Toy ideas
Spinner Idea
Design Challenge #3  Innovation or Invention
SIGN UP HERE to print on the 3D Printer
SIGN UP HERE to reserve BEARINGS
Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following in a PowerPoint or Google Slides presentation:
 What is Engineering?
 Toy Car Challenge
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensions
 Insulated Water Bottle
 Skimmer
 3d Modeling (inventor)

8 
8th Grade Math
2.2 Substituing equations for variables
Homework:
Mathhelp lesson:

Final Touches on Poetry Book
1) Cove Page
2) Dedication Page
3) Table of Contents
4) Number Pages
5) All 8 poem styles are included with required amounts for each
6) All pages are 75% utilized
7) All grammar properly executed
8) Neatness to Mrs. K's standards
Grading
3=Meets all 8 Final Touches Requirements
4= Exceeds the 8 Final Touches Requirements
2= Meets 7 of the Final Touches Requirements
1=Meets 6 of the Final Touches Requirements
BLU=Meets 5 or Less of the Final Touches Requirements, will be asked to make changes prior to grade being entered.
Due Tuesday, April 18th
**This is an essential project to pass 4th quarter**

Algebra  Review for Friday's Chapter 9 test
Use your note card  quadratic equation; axis of symmetry; discriminant
Review for Friday's test with the following lessons:
Solving Quadratic Equations by Graphing (80114)
Beginning Completing The Square (80116)
Beginning Quadratic Formula (80118)
Using The Method of Your Choice (80120)
Looking to Go Above and Beyond(Level 4 stuff)
Beginning Imaginary Numbers (80121)


Wednesday, April 12, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 1 
Day 1 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
Back of room rotation:
Math Help Percent of a Number (86087)
Screen shot bridge design. Upload it to Google Drive. Print off for next rotation.
Front of room roation.
Taxes, Discounts Practice Continued
Everyone up Front at 9:00 for bridge introduction:
Design Bridge on graph paper

Free Verse Poem
Requirements:
3 stanzas each with at least 4 lines
Must have an identifiable rhyming scheme and syllabic pattern

Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following:
 What is Engineering?
 Toy Car Challenge
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensions
 Insulated Water Bottle
 Skimmer
 3d Modeling (inventor)
 Your completed pegboard with sides
 Mallet creation
Design Challenges:
Design Challenge #1 Toy Design Challenge
Design Challenge #2 Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Fidget Toy ideas
Spinner Idea
Design Challenge #3  Innovation or Invention
SIGN UP HERE to print on the 3D Printer
SIGN UP HERE to reserve BEARINGS

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Play 2 games of Integer Football (or search for a negative integer online game)
Please complete the following lessons on Mathhelp.com for Tomorrow (Tuesday, April 11)
Chapter 2: Integers
Unit 2: Integer Operations

A:

Addition (78021)


B:

Subtraction (78022)


Free Verse Poem
Requirements:
3 stanzas each with at least 4 lines
Must have an identifiable rhyming scheme and syllabic pattern

Please prepare to share the following this week:
 Skimmer page in Engineering Notebook with the following:
 Orthographic and Isometric views of skimmer
 Front scoop drawn to actual size
 Written explanation of skimmer construction experience
 Written explanation of skimmer performance
 Dimensioning (guidelines) Notes only (full slideshow here)
 Design Brief summary (NOTES click HERE)
Design Challenges:
Design Challenge #1 Toy Design Challenge
Design Challenge #2 Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Fidget Toy ideas
Spinner Idea
Design Challenge #3  Innovation or Invention
SIGN UP HERE to print on the 3D Printer
SIGN UP HERE to reserve BEARINGS
Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following:
 What is Engineering?
 Toy Car Challenge
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensions
 Insulated Water Bottle
 Skimmer
 3d Modeling (inventor)

8 
8th Grade Math
2.2 Substituing equations for variables
Homework:
Mathhelp lesson:

Free Verse Poem
Requirements:
3 stanzas each with at least 4 lines
Must have an identifiable rhyming scheme and syllabic pattern

Algebra  Review for Friday's Chapter 9 test
Use your note card  quadratic equation; axis of symmetry; discriminant
Review for Friday's test with the following lessons:
Solving Quadratic Equations by Graphing (80114)
Beginning Completing The Square (80116)
Beginning Quadratic Formula (80118)
Using The Method of Your Choice (80120)
Looking to Go Above and Beyond(Level 4 stuff)
Beginning Imaginary Numbers (80121)




Tuesday, April 11, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 6 
Day 2 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
Fractions as Percentages MH 86085
Complete lesson: videos, 8 practice problems,
quiz and worksheet for Wednesday
Introduced Bridge Design Challenge
Rotation 1 received packets

Tanka
Same requirements as Haiku plus 2 more lines
Syllable pattern
Line 1: 5
Line 2: 7
Line 3: 5
Line 4: 7
Line 5: 7

Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following:
 What is Engineering?
 Toy Car Challenge
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensions
 Insulated Water Bottle
 Skimmer
 3d Modeling (inventor)
 Your completed pegboard with sides
 Mallet creation
Design Challenges:
Toy Design Challenge
Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Fidget Toy ideas
Spinner Idea
SIGN UP HERE to print on the 3D Printer

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Play 2 games of Integer Football (or search for a negative integer online game)
Please complete the following lessons on Mathhelp.com for Tomorrow (Tuesday, April 11)
Chapter 2: Integers
Unit 2: Integer Operations

A:

Addition (78021)


B:

Subtraction (78022)


Tanka
Same requirements as Haiku plus 2 more lines
Syllable pattern
Line 1: 5
Line 2: 7
Line 3: 5
Line 4: 7
Line 5: 7

Please prepare to share the following this week:
 Skimmer page in Engineering Notebook with the following:
 Orthographic and Isometric views of skimmer
 Front scoop drawn to actual size
 Written explanation of skimmer construction experience
 Written explanation of skimmer performance
 Dimensioning (guidelines) Notes only (full slideshow here)
 Design Brief summary (NOTES click HERE)
Design Challenges:
Toy Design Challenge
Fidget toy/spinner challenge
Fidget Toy ideas
Spinner Idea
SIGN UP HERE to print on the 3D Printer
Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following:
 What is Engineering?
 Toy Car Challenge
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensions
 Insulated Water Bottle
 Skimmer
 3d Modeling (inventor)

8 
8th Grade Math
Mr. Hall's Lawn Problem Day 1
Determine the missing dimensions given the drawing.
Determine the area of each section showing your work
Homework:
Mathhelp lesson: Distributive Property (79014)
Complete lesson: videos, 8 practice problems,
and worksheet for Thursday

Tanka
Same requirements as Haiku plus 2 more lines
Syllable pattern
Line 1: 5
Line 2: 7
Line 3: 5
Line 4: 7
Line 5: 7

Algebra 
Completed lesson 9.5  revisited using the quadratic equation to solve quadratics. Calculated discriminant to determine the number of solutions.
Homework:
Use your note card  quadratic equation; axis of symmetry; discriminant
Review for Friday's test with the following lessons:
Solving Quadratic Equations by Graphing (80114)
Beginning Completing The Square (80116)
Beginning Quadratic Formula (80118)
Using The Method of Your Choice (80120)
Looking to Go Above and Beyond(Level 4 stuff)
Beginning Imaginary Numbers (80121)


Monday, April 10, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 5 
Day 1 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
Fractions as Percentages MH 86085
Complete lesson: videos, 8 practice problems,
quiz and worksheet for Wednesday
Introduced Bridge Design Challenge
Rotation 1 received packets

Work Day and Check Off Day
Work to complete and check off:
Acrostic,Haiku, Cinquain, Limerick, and Shape Poems
Also begin reading groups for Heartbeat, Love That Dog, or Hate That Cat by Sharon Creech

Please prepare to share the following this week:
 Skimmer page in Engineering Notebook with the following:
 Orthographic and Isometric views of skimmer
 Front scoop drawn to actual size
 Written explanation of skimmer construction experience
 Written explanation of skimmer performance
 Dimensioning (guidelines) Notes only (full slideshow here)
 Design Brief summary (NOTES click HERE)
 Your completed pegboard with sides
 Mallet creation
Design Challenges:
Toy Design Challenge
Fidget toy/spinner challenge
SIGN UP HERE to print on the 3D Printer

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Please complete the following lessons on Mathhelp.com for Tomorrow (Tuesday, April 11)
Chapter 2: Integers
Unit 2: Integer Operations

A:

Addition (78021)


B:

Subtraction (78022)


Work Day and Check Off Day
Work to complete and check off:
Acrostic,Haiku, Cinquain, Limerick, and Shape Poems
Also begin reading groups for Heartbeat, Love That Dog, or Hate That Cat by Sharon Creech

Please prepare to share the following this week:
 Skimmer page in Engineering Notebook with the following:
 Orthographic and Isometric views of skimmer
 Front scoop drawn to actual size
 Written explanation of skimmer construction experience
 Written explanation of skimmer performance
 Dimensioning (guidelines) Notes only (full slideshow here)
 Design Brief summary (NOTES click HERE)
SIGN UP HERE to print on the 3D Printer
Begin to summarize your learning and explain each of the following:
 What is Engineering?
 Toy Car Challenge
 Importance of accurate measurement/dimensions
 Insulated Water Bottle
 Skimmer
 3d Modeling (inventor)

8 
8th Grade Math
Mr. Hall's Lawn Problem Day 1
Determine the missing dimensions given the drawing.
Determine the area of each section showing your work
Homework:
Mathhelp lesson: Distributive Property (79014)
Complete lesson: videos, 8 practice problems,
and worksheet for Thursday

Work Day and Check Off Day
Work to complete and check off:
Acrostic,Haiku, Cinquain, Limerick, and Shape Poems
Also begin reading groups for Heartbeat, Love That Dog, or Hate That Cat by Sharon Creech

Algebra  9.2 Solving Quadratics by Graphing
Practice work:
Pages 558560 115 ODD minus 5; 47,48,50
Need extra help with today's topic?
If so check out mathhelp lesson
Solving Quadratic Equations by Graphing (80114)
Quiz on 9.1 and 9.2 on Thursday



Friday, April 7, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 4 
Day 2 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
Investigation 4.2 Taxes and Tips
Continued with Bridge Design Challenge:
Online research on building structures Link
Bridge Design Challenge Requirements Link

Shape Poem
Use words to create the shape of an object that is important to you.
A minimum of 7 describing words must be used to create the shape.
The words are the lines.

Please prepare to share the following this week:
 Skimmer page in Engineering Notebook with the following:
 Orthographic and Isometric views of skimmer
 Front scoop drawn to actual size
 Written explanation of skimmer construction experience
 Written explanation of skimmer performance
 Dimensioning (guidelines) Notes only (full slideshow here)
 Design Brief summary (NOTES click HERE)
 Your completed pegboard with sides
 Mallet creation
Bridge Building Website Link

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Learning target: identify how scale factor relates to area scale factor.
Practice creating shapes

Shape Poem
Use words to create the shape of an object that is important to you.
A minimum of 7 describing words must be used to create the shape.
The words are the lines.

 Toy Design Challenge

Please prepare to share the following this week:
 Skimmer page in Engineering Notebook with the following:
 Orthographic and Isometric views of skimmer
 Front scoop drawn to actual size
 Written explanation of skimmer construction experience
 Written explanation of skimmer performance
 Dimensioning (guidelines) Notes only (full slideshow here)
 Design Brief summary (NOTES click HERE)

8 
8th Grade Math
Mr. Hall's Lawn Problem Day2
Determine the area of each section showing your work
Determine Total Cost of Mistake  due Monday
Homework:
Complete Mr. Hall Lawn project

Shape Poem
Use words to create the shape of an object that is important to you.
A minimum of 7 describing words must be used to create the shape.
The words are the lines.

Algebra  9.4 Solving Quadratics by Completing the square
Reviewed by taking a partner quiz on graphing and solving by graphing
Homework:
Spend an hour over the weekend reviewing or previewing our current work:
9.1 Solving Quadratic Equations by Graphing (80114)
9.4 Beginning Completing The Square (80116)
Monday's topic 9.5
Beginning Quadratic Formula (80118)




If you have not already done so, please complete the HMS FWA Learner Survey
Thursday, April 6, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 5 
Day 3 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
Fractions as Percentages MH 86085
Complete lesson: videos, 8 practice problems,
quiz and worksheet for Wednesday
Introduced Bridge Design Challenge
Rotation 1 received packets

Limerick Poem
Funny poem that starts with, "There once was a..." and tells a story
Line 1: 710 syllables, rhyming scheme A
Line 2: 710 syllables, rhyming scheme A
Line 3: 57 syllables, rhyming scheme B
Line 4: 57 syllables, rhyming scheme B
Line 5: 710 syllables, rhyming scheme A

Please prepare to share the following this week:
 Skimmer page in Engineering Notebook with the following:
 Orthographic and Isometric views of skimmer
 Front scoop drawn to actual size
 Written explanation of skimmer construction experience
 Written explanation of skimmer performance
 Dimensioning (guidelines) Notes only (full slideshow here)
 Design Brief summary (NOTES click HERE)
 Your completed pegboard with sides
 Mallet creation
Bridge Building Website Link

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Learning target: identify how scale factor relates to area scale factor.
Practice creating shapes

Limerick Poem
Funny poem that starts with, "There once was a..." and tells a story
Line 1: 710 syllables, rhyming scheme A
Line 2: 710 syllables, rhyming scheme A
Line 3: 57 syllables, rhyming scheme B
Line 4: 57 syllables, rhyming scheme B
Line 5: 710 syllables, rhyming scheme A

Please prepare to share the following this week:
 Skimmer page in Engineering Notebook with the following:
 Orthographic and Isometric views of skimmer
 Front scoop drawn to actual size
 Written explanation of skimmer construction experience
 Written explanation of skimmer performance
 Dimensioning (guidelines) Notes only (full slideshow here)
 Design Brief summary (NOTES click HERE)

8 
8th Grade Math
Mr. Hall's Lawn Problem Day 1
Determine the missing dimensions given the drawing.
Determine the area of each section showing your work
Homework:
Mathhelp lesson: Distributive Property (79014)
Complete lesson: videos, 8 practice problems,
and worksheet for Thursday

Limerick Poem
Funny poem that starts with, "There once was a..." and tells a story
Line 1: 710 syllables, rhyming scheme A
Line 2: 710 syllables, rhyming scheme A
Line 3: 57 syllables, rhyming scheme B
Line 4: 57 syllables, rhyming scheme B
Line 5: 710 syllables, rhyming scheme A

Algebra  9.2 Solving Quadratics by Graphing
Practice work:
Pages 558560 115 ODD minus 5; 47,48,50
Need extra help with today's topic?
If so check out mathhelp lesson
Solving Quadratic Equations by Graphing (80114)
Quiz on 9.1 and 9.2 on Thursday




If you have not already done so, please complete the HMS FWA Learner Survey
Wednesday, April 5, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 4 
Day 2 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
Fractions as Percentages MH 86085
Complete lesson: videos, 8 practice problems,
quiz and worksheet for Wednesday
Introduced Bridge Design Challenge
Rotation 1 received packets

2 cinquain poems
Line 1: Noun
Line 2: 2 adjectives
Line 3: 3 verbs ending in ing
Line 4: 4 word phrase that shows emotion
Line 5: Synonym to first noun

Please prepare to share the following this week:
 Skimmer page in Engineering Notebook with the following:
 Orthographic and Isometric views of skimmer
 Front scoop drawn to actual size
 Written explanation of skimmer construction experience
 Written explanation of skimmer performance
 Dimensioning (guidelines) Notes only (full slideshow here)
 Design Brief summary (NOTES click HERE)
 Your completed pegboard with sides
 Mallet creation

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Learning target: identify how scale factor relates to area scale factor.
Practice creating shapes

2 cinquain poems
Line 1: Noun
Line 2: 2 adjectives
Line 3: 3 verbs ending in ing
Line 4: 4 word phrase that shows emotion
Line 5: Synonym to first noun

Please prepare to share the following this week:
 Skimmer page in Engineering Notebook with the following:
 Orthographic and Isometric views of skimmer
 Front scoop drawn to actual size
 Written explanation of skimmer construction experience
 Written explanation of skimmer performance
 Dimensioning (guidelines) Notes only (full slideshow here)
 Design Brief summary (NOTES click HERE)

8 
8th Grade Math
Mr. Hall's Lawn Problem Day 1
Determine the missing dimensions given the drawing.
Determine the area of each section showing your work
Homework:
Mathhelp lesson: Distributive Property (79014)
Complete lesson: videos, 8 practice problems,
and worksheet for Thursday

2 cinquain poems
Line 1: Noun
Line 2: 2 adjectives
Line 3: 3 verbs ending in ing
Line 4: 4 word phrase that shows emotion
Line 5: Synonym to first noun

Algebra  9.2 Solving Quadratics by Graphing
Practice work:
Pages 558560 115 ODD minus 5; 47,48,50
Need extra help with today's topic?
If so check out mathhelp lesson
Solving Quadratic Equations by Graphing (80114)
Quiz on 9.1 and 9.2 on Thursday


Tuesday, April 4, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 3 
Day 1 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
Fractions as Percentages MH 86085
Complete lesson: videos, 8 practice problems,
quiz and worksheet for Wednesday
Introduced Bridge Design Challenge
Rotation 1 received packets

2 haiku poems
5 syllables
7 syllables
5 syllables
*fragments
*about nature or life
*present tense

Please prepare to share the following this week:
 Skimmer page in Engineering Notebook with the following:
 Orthographic and Isometric views of skimmer
 Front scoop drawn to actual size
 Written explanation of skimmer construction experience
 Written explanation of skimmer performance
 Dimensioning (guidelines) Notes only (full slideshow here)
 Design Brief summary (NOTES click HERE)
 Your completed pegboard with sides
 Mallet creation

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Learning target: identify how scale factor relates to area scale factor.
Practice creating shapes

2 haiku poems
5 syllables
7 syllables
5 syllables
*fragments
*about nature or life
*present tense

Please prepare to share the following this week:
 Skimmer page in Engineering Notebook with the following:
 Orthographic and Isometric views of skimmer
 Front scoop drawn to actual size
 Written explanation of skimmer construction experience
 Written explanation of skimmer performance
 Dimensioning (guidelines) Notes only (full slideshow here)
 Design Brief summary (NOTES click HERE)

8 
8th Grade Math
Mr. Hall's Lawn Problem Day 1
Determine the missing dimensions given the drawing.
Determine the area of each section showing your work
Homework:
Mathhelp lesson: Distributive Property (79014)
Complete lesson: videos, 8 practice problems,
and worksheet for Thursday

2 haiku poems
5 syllables
7 syllables
5 syllables
*fragments
*about nature or life
*present tense

Algebra  9.2 Solving Quadratics by Graphing
Practice work:
Pages 558560 115 ODD minus 5; 47,48,50
Need extra help with today's topic?
If so check out mathhelp lesson
Solving Quadratic Equations by Graphing (80114)
Quiz on 9.1 and 9.2 on Thursday


Monday, April 3, 2017
8th Grade Day 
6th & 7th Grade

Day 2 
Day 2 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
.Understanding Percentages MH 86084
Complete lesson: videos, 8 practice problems,
quiz and worksheet

Acrostic Poem using your name

Please prepare to share the following this week:
 Skimmer page in Engineering Notebook with the following:
 Orthographic and Isometric views of skimmer
 Front scoop drawn to actual size
 Written explanation of skimmer construction experience
 Written explanation of skimmer performance
 Dimensioning (guidelines)
 Design Brief summary

7 
Mr. Lundstrom
Learning target: identify how scale factor relates to area scale factor.

Acrostic Poem using your name

Please prepare to share the following this week:
 Skimmer page in Engineering Notebook with the following:
 Orthographic and Isometric views of skimmer
 Front scoop drawn to actual size
 Written explanation of skimmer construction experience
 Written explanation of skimmer performance
 Dimensioning (guidelines) Notes only (full slideshow here)
 Design Brief summary (NOTES click HERE)

8 
8th Grade Math
Mr. Hall's Lawn Problem

Acrostic poem using your name

Algebra  9.1 Graphing Quadratics
Pages 549552 521 ODD 72,75,76
Need extra help with today's topic?
If so check out mathhelp lesson
Graphs of Quadratic Functions and Beginning Transformations (80112)


Friday, March 24, 2017
8th Grade Day 

6th & 7th Grade

Day 5 

Day 1 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.



Thursday, March 23, 2017
8th Grade Day 

6th & 7th Grade

Day 4 

Day 2 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Wednesday, March 22, 2017
8th Grade Day 

6th & 7th Grade

Day 3 

Day 1 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Monday, March 20, 2017
8th Grade Day 

6th & 7th Grade

Day 1 

Day 1 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
Everything circles:
Diameter, radius, Pi, circumference, proving that the ratio of of the circumference to the diameter is in fact the same for any true circles.
HOMEWORK:
Share what you learned with family.

Business Letter Example
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel
**for those whose books are more fantasy, you can use this packet instead.**

Inventor Tutorial on EdPuzzle
Second tutorial on EdPuzzle
Advanced INVENTOR Tutorial Workbook
Engineering Notebook Example/Notes
Engineering Notebook Example/Notes
The following are additional pages to be checked off at a later date:
 Design Process
 Skimmer page
 Dimensioning
Engineering Notebook examples and notes HERE

7 
Mr. L.
Scale factor/scale drawings

Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 19
Classroom Novel Realistic Fiction Packets due Friday, March 10th
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel
**for those whose books are more fantasy, you can use this packet instead.**

Create the Pegboard Toy on Inventor
Inventor Tutorial on EdPuzzle
Advanced INVENTOR Tutorial Workbook
Engineering Notebook Example/Notes
 Go through the sketching practice packet and use this slide show as a guide.
 Check off your notebook with Mr. L. for the following:
 Table contents
 Enginerring notebook notes
 Toy Car Challenge (counts as a grade)
 Standard/Metric Measurements
 Sketching Techniques
The following are additional pages to be checked off at a later date:
 Design Process
 Skimmer page
 Dimensioning
Engineering Notebook examples and notes HERE
Material Science Notes on Thermodynamics
Classwork:
1. Click on the link below and explore the thermal conductivity values of numerous materials. Choose three material that are good insulators(smallest numbers) that you might be able to use in designing a 1 L thermas that keeps contents cool or warm the longest.
2. Research what Yeti uses inside their thermas. Locate this item on the list and record its value.
Research Resources:
Materials Science EdPuzzle for this project:
Code to join class. atobpep
Engineering Toolbox on thermal conductivity
Thermos Challenge Criteria

8 
8th Math
Everything circles:
Diameter, radius, Pi, circumference, proving that the ratio of of the circumference to the diameter is in fact the same for any true circles.
HOMEWORK:
Learning Coach: Mr. Hall

Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 19
Classroom Novel Realistic Fiction Packets due Friday, March 10th
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel
**for those whose books are more fantasy, you can use this packet instead.**

ALGEBRA
8.7 Solving the Quad Equation using Factoring. (Day 2)
I can factor trinomials of the form ax^{2} + bx + c
I can solve equations of the form ax^{2} + bx + c = 0
Homework:
Page 513515 1028 ALL; 4548 ALL; 4959 ODD
Coming up:
Using the quadratic model to make sense of projectiles Word Problem Wednesday.
Learning Coach: Mr. Hall


Friday, March 17, 2017
Happy St. Patrick's Day!
8th Grade Day 

6th & 7th Grade

Day 6 

Day 2 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
Everything circles:
Diameter, radius, Pi, circumference, proving that the ratio of of the circumference to the diameter is in fact the same for any true circles.
HOMEWORK:
Share what you learned with family.

Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 19
Classroom Novel Realistic Fiction Packets due Friday, March 10th
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel
**for those whose books are more fantasy, you can use this packet instead.**

Inventor Tutorial on EdPuzzle
Second tutorial on EdPuzzle
Advanced INVENTOR Tutorial Workbook
Engineering Notebook Example/Notes
Engineering Notebook Example/Notes
The following are additional pages to be checked off at a later date:
 Design Process
 Skimmer page
 Dimensioning
Engineering Notebook examples and notes HERE

7 
Mr. L.
Scale factor/scale drawings

Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 19
Classroom Novel Realistic Fiction Packets due Friday, March 10th
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel
**for those whose books are more fantasy, you can use this packet instead.**

Create the Pegboard Toy on Inventor
Inventor Tutorial on EdPuzzle
Advanced INVENTOR Tutorial Workbook
Engineering Notebook Example/Notes
 Go through the sketching practice packet and use this slide show as a guide.
 Check off your notebook with Mr. L. for the following:
 Table contents
 Enginerring notebook notes
 Toy Car Challenge (counts as a grade)
 Standard/Metric Measurements
 Sketching Techniques
The following are additional pages to be checked off at a later date:
 Design Process
 Skimmer page
 Dimensioning
Engineering Notebook examples and notes HERE
Material Science Notes on Thermodynamics
Classwork:
1. Click on the link below and explore the thermal conductivity values of numerous materials. Choose three material that are good insulators(smallest numbers) that you might be able to use in designing a 1 L thermas that keeps contents cool or warm the longest.
2. Research what Yeti uses inside their thermas. Locate this item on the list and record its value.
Research Resources:
Materials Science EdPuzzle for this project:
Code to join class. atobpep
Engineering Toolbox on thermal conductivity
Thermos Challenge Criteria

8 
8th Math
Everything circles:
Diameter, radius, Pi, circumference, proving that the ratio of of the circumference to the diameter is in fact the same for any true circles.
HOMEWORK:
Learning Coach: Mr. Hall

Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 19
Classroom Novel Realistic Fiction Packets due Friday, March 10th
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel
**for those whose books are more fantasy, you can use this packet instead.**

ALGEBRA
8.7 Solving the Quad Equation using Factoring. (Day 2)
I can factor trinomials of the form ax^{2} + bx + c
I can solve equations of the form ax^{2} + bx + c = 0
Homework:
Page 513515 1028 ALL; 4548 ALL; 4959 ODD
Coming up:
Using the quadratic model to make sense of projectiles Word Problem Wednesday.
Learning Coach: Mr. Hall


Wednesday, March 15, 2017
8th Grade Day 

6th & 7th Grade

Day 4 

Day 2 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
Everything circles:
Diameter, radius, Pi, circumference, proving that the ratio of of the circumference to the diameter is in fact the same for any true circles.
HOMEWORK:
Share what you learned with family.

Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 19
Classroom Novel Realistic Fiction Packets due Friday, March 10th
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel
**for those whose books are more fantasy, you can use this packet instead.**

Engineering Notebook Example/Notes
 Go through the sketching practice packet and use this slide show as a guide.
 Check off your notebook with Mr. L. for the following:
 Table contents
 Enginerring notebook notes
 Toy Car Challenge (counts as a grade)
 Standard/Metric Measurements
 Sketching Techniques
The following are additional pages to be checked off at a later date:
 Design Process
 Skimmer page
 Dimensioning
Engineering Notebook examples and notes HERE

7 
Mr. L.
Scale factor/scale drawings

Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 19
Classroom Novel Realistic Fiction Packets due Friday, March 10th
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel
**for those whose books are more fantasy, you can use this packet instead.**

Create the Pegboard Toy on Inventor
Inventor Tutorial on EdPuzzle
Advanced INVENTOR Tutorial Workbook
Engineering Notebook Example/Notes
 Go through the sketching practice packet and use this slide show as a guide.
 Check off your notebook with Mr. L. for the following:
 Table contents
 Enginerring notebook notes
 Toy Car Challenge (counts as a grade)
 Standard/Metric Measurements
 Sketching Techniques
The following are additional pages to be checked off at a later date:
 Design Process
 Skimmer page
 Dimensioning
Engineering Notebook examples and notes HERE
Material Science Notes on Thermodynamics
Classwork:
1. Click on the link below and explore the thermal conductivity values of numerous materials. Choose three material that are good insulators(smallest numbers) that you might be able to use in designing a 1 L thermas that keeps contents cool or warm the longest.
2. Research what Yeti uses inside their thermas. Locate this item on the list and record its value.
Research Resources:
Materials Science EdPuzzle for this project:
Code to join class. atobpep
Engineering Toolbox on thermal conductivity
Thermos Challenge Criteria

8 
8th Math
Everything circles:
Diameter, radius, Pi, circumference, proving that the ratio of of the circumference to the diameter is in fact the same for any true circles.
HOMEWORK:
Learning Coach: Mr. Hall

Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 19
Classroom Novel Realistic Fiction Packets due Friday, March 10th
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel
**for those whose books are more fantasy, you can use this packet instead.**

ALGEBRA
8.7 Solving the Quad Equation using Factoring. (Day 2)
I can factor trinomials of the form ax^{2} + bx + c
I can solve equations of the form ax^{2} + bx + c = 0
Homework:
Page 513515 1028 ALL; 4548 ALL; 4959 ODD
Coming up:
Using the quadratic model to make sense of projectiles Word Problem Wednesday.
Learning Coach: Mr. Hall


Tuesday 3/14
8th Grade Day 

6th & 7th Grade

Day 3 

Day 1 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
Everything circles:
Diameter, radius, Pi, circumference, proving that the ratio of of the circumference to the diameter is in fact the same for any true circles.
HOMEWORK:
Share what you learned with family.

Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 19
Classroom Novel Realistic Fiction Packets due Friday, March 10th
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel
**for those whose books are more fantasy, you can use this packet instead.**

Engineering Notebook Example/Notes
 Go through the sketching practice packet and use this slide show as a guide.
 Check off your notebook with Mr. L. for the following:
 Table contents
 Enginerring notebook notes
 Toy Car Challenge (counts as a grade)
 Standard/Metric Measurements
 Sketching Techniques
The following are additional pages to be checked off at a later date:
 Design Process
 Skimmer page
 Dimensioning
Engineering Notebook examples and notes HERE

7 
Mr. L.
Shapes and Designs Test

Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 19
Classroom Novel Realistic Fiction Packets due Friday, March 10th
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel
**for those whose books are more fantasy, you can use this packet instead.**

Inventor Tutorial on EdPuzzle
Engineering Notebook Example/Notes
 Go through the sketching practice packet and use this slide show as a guide.
 Check off your notebook with Mr. L. for the following:
 Table contents
 Enginerring notebook notes
 Toy Car Challenge (counts as a grade)
 Standard/Metric Measurements
 Sketching Techniques
The following are additional pages to be checked off at a later date:
 Design Process
 Skimmer page
 Dimensioning
Engineering Notebook examples and notes HERE
Material Science Notes on Thermodynamics
Classwork:
1. Click on the link below and explore the thermal conductivity values of numerous materials. Choose three material that are good insulators(smallest numbers) that you might be able to use in designing a 1 L thermas that keeps contents cool or warm the longest.
2. Research what Yeti uses inside their thermas. Locate this item on the list and record its value.
Research Resources:
Materials Science EdPuzzle for this project:
Code to join class. atobpep
Engineering Toolbox on thermal conductivity
Thermos Challenge Criteria

8 
8th Math
Everything circles:
Diameter, radius, Pi, circumference, proving that the ratio of of the circumference to the diameter is in fact the same for any true circles.
HOMEWORK:
Learning Coach: Mr. Hall

Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 19
Classroom Novel Realistic Fiction Packets due Friday, March 10th
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel
**for those whose books are more fantasy, you can use this packet instead.**

ALGEBRA
8.7 Solving the Quad Equation using Factoring. (Day 2)
I can factor trinomials of the form ax^{2} + bx + c
I can solve equations of the form ax^{2} + bx + c = 0
Homework:
Page 513515 1028 ALL; 4548 ALL; 4959 ODD
Coming up:
Using the quadratic model to make sense of projectiles Word Problem Wednesday.
Learning Coach: Mr. Hall







Friday, March 10, 2017
8th Grade Day 

6th & 7th Grade

Day 1 

Day 1 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
Decimal Operations
Group 1  At workstations first. Continue making sure you are confident with all the decimal lessons in mathhelp.com. If not, that is were you focus your worktime.
If you are confident you undersand all of these concepts then you should work on the following unit conversion gizmodo activity.
ExploreLearning Gizmos Click here. Type in the following asccess code. 5LZLTQTLQR
Use the Unit Conversions gizmo to complete the worksheet I passed out.
Group 1  up front  Thermos design challenge explained.
Group 2  Upfront  Thermal simulation data collected and thermos design challenge explained.
Group 2  at Workstations  Continue work in decimals using mathhelp.com. We will be testing division and multiplication this week.
HOMEWORK:
20 30 minutes using mathhelp.com covering decimals. Please remember that gettting credit for this homework includes watching the instructional videos, completing and checking the 8 practice probelms in your mathbook or binder, and completing the 5 practice quiz probelms.

Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 19
Classroom Novel Realistic Fiction Packets due Friday, March 10th
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel
**for those whose books are more fantasy, you can use this packet instead.**

Engineering Notebook Example/Notes
 Go through the sketching practice packet and use this slide show as a guide.
 Check off your notebook with Mr. L. for the following:
 Table contents
 Enginerring notebook notes
 Toy Car Challenge (counts as a grade)
 Standard/Metric Measurements
 Sketching Techniques
The following are additional pages to be checked off at a later date:
 Design Process
 Skimmer page
 Dimensioning
Engineering Notebook examples and notes HERE

7 
Mr. L.
Please login to EdPuzzle: Link
Study Guide for NEXT Tuesday's Test
Math Help Lessons for area GEOMETRY Chapter 5 Triangles:
Unit 1: Congruency and Triangle Concepts

A:

Congruent Figures (81031)


B:

Proving Triangles are Congruent by SSS, SAS, and ASA (81032)


Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 19
Classroom Novel Realistic Fiction Packets due Friday, March 10th
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel
**for those whose books are more fantasy, you can use this packet instead.**

Engineering Notebook Example/Notes
 Go through the sketching practice packet and use this slide show as a guide.
 Check off your notebook with Mr. L. for the following:
 Table contents
 Enginerring notebook notes
 Toy Car Challenge (counts as a grade)
 Standard/Metric Measurements
 Sketching Techniques
The following are additional pages to be checked off at a later date:
 Design Process
 Skimmer page
 Dimensioning
Engineering Notebook examples and notes HERE
Material Science Notes on Thermodynamics
Classwork:
1. Click on the link below and explore the thermal conductivity values of numerous materials. Choose three material that are good insulators(smallest numbers) that you might be able to use in designing a 1 L thermas that keeps contents cool or warm the longest.
2. Research what Yeti uses inside their thermas. Locate this item on the list and record its value.
Research Resources:
Materials Science EdPuzzle for this project:
Code to join class. atobpep
Engineering Toolbox on thermal conductivity
Thermos Challenge Criteria

8 
8th Math
Homework:
Revisit concepts using mathhelp that I wasn't a 2 or 3 on the test
*In order to retake you need to show me the 8 practice probelms along with 10 from the worksheet section that are done correctly.
Learning Coach: Mr. Hall

Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 19
Classroom Novel Realistic Fiction Packets due Friday, March 10th
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel
**for those whose books are more fantasy, you can use this packet instead.**

ALGEBRA
8.6 Solving the Quad Equation using Factoring.
I can factor trinomials of the form x^{2} + bx + c
I can solve equations of the form x^{2} + bx + c = 0
Homework:
Page 1331 ODD; 41, 5053 ALL; 5563 ODD  SPIRAL
Coming up:
Using the quadratic model to make sense of projetiles.
Learning Coach: Mr. Hall


Thursday, March 9, 2017
8th Grade Day 

6th & 7th Grade

Day 6 

Day 2 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
Decimal Operations
Group 1  At workstations first. Continue making sure you are confident with all the decimal lessons in mathhelp.com. If not, that is were you focus your worktime.
If you are confident you undersand all of these concepts then you should work on the following unit conversion gizmodo activity.
ExploreLearning Gizmos Click here. Type in the following asccess code. 5LZLTQTLQR
Use the Unit Conversions gizmo to complete the worksheet I passed out.
Group 1  up front  Thermos design challenge explained.
Group 2  Upfront  Thermal simulation data collected and thermos design challenge explained.
Group 2  at Workstations  Continue work in decimals using mathhelp.com. We will be testing division and multiplication this week.
HOMEWORK:
20 30 minutes using mathhelp.com covering decimals. Please remember that gettting credit for this homework includes watching the instructional videos, completing and checking the 8 practice probelms in your mathbook or binder, and completing the 5 practice quiz probelms.

Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 19
Classroom Novel Realistic Fiction Packets due Friday, March 10th
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel
**for those whose books are more fantasy, you can use this packet instead.**

Engineering Notebook Example/Notes
 Go through the sketching practice packet and use this slide show as a guide.
 Check off your notebook with Mr. L. for the following:
 Table contents
 Enginerring notebook notes


7 
Mr. L.
Please login to EdPuzzle: Link
Study Guide for NEXT Tuesday's Test
Math Help Lessons for area GEOMETRY Chapter 5 Triangles:
Unit 1: Congruency and Triangle Concepts

A:

Congruent Figures (81031)


B:

Proving Triangles are Congruent by SSS, SAS, and ASA (81032)


Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 19
Classroom Novel Realistic Fiction Packets due Friday, March 10th
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel
**for those whose books are more fantasy, you can use this packet instead.**

SKETCHING PRACTICE (to be completed on the packet)  Due Monday
BRING IN AN EMPTY CEREAL BOX for next Monday
Engineering Notebook Example/Notes
Create an entry in the next blank pages summarizing your Toy Car challenge and data. FIND DETAILS HERE
Notes on Standard and Metric units of Length
Material Science Notes on Thermodynamics
Classwork:
1. Click on the link below and explore the thermal conductivity values of numerous materials. Choose three material that are good insulators(smallest numbers) that you might be able to use in designing a 1 L thermas that keeps contents cool or warm the longest.
2. Research what Yeti uses inside their thermas. Locate this item on the list and record its value.
Research Resources:
Materials Science EdPuzzle for this project:
Code to join class. atobpep
Engineering Toolbox on thermal conductivity
Thermos Challenge Criteria

8 
8th Math
Homework:
Revisit concepts using mathhelp that I wasn't a 2 or 3 on the test
*In order to retake you need to show me the 8 practice probelms along with 10 from the worksheet section that are done correctly.
Learning Coach: Mr. Hall

Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 19
Classroom Novel Realistic Fiction Packets due Friday, March 10th
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel
**for those whose books are more fantasy, you can use this packet instead.**

ALGEBRA
8.6 Solving the Quad Equation using Factoring.
I can factor trinomials of the form x^{2} + bx + c
I can solve equations of the form x^{2} + bx + c = 0
Homework:
Page 1331 ODD; 41, 5053 ALL; 5563 ODD  SPIRAL
Coming up:
Using the quadratic model to make sense of projetiles.
Learning Coach: Mr. Hall


Wednesday, March 8, 2017
8th Grade Day 

6th & 7th Grade

Day 5 

Day 1 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
Decimal Operations
Group 1  At workstations first. Continue making sure you are confident with all the decimal lessons in mathhelp.com. If not, that is were you focus your worktime.
If you are confident you undersand all of these concepts then you should work on the following unit conversion gizmodo activity.
ExploreLearning Gizmos Click here. Type in the following asccess code. 5LZLTQTLQR
Use the Unit Conversions gizmo to complete the worksheet I passed out.
Group 1  up front  Thermos design challenge explained.
Group 2  Upfront  Thermal simulation data collected and thermos design challenge explained.
Group 2  at Workstations  Continue work in decimals using mathhelp.com. We will be testing division and multiplication this week.
HOMEWORK:
20 30 minutes using mathhelp.com covering decimals. Please remember that gettting credit for this homework includes watching the instructional videos, completing and checking the 8 practice probelms in your mathbook or binder, and completing the 5 practice quiz probelms.

Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 19
Classroom Novel Realistic Fiction Packets due Friday, March 10th
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel
**for those whose books are more fantasy, you can use this packet instead.**

Engineering Notebook Example/Notes
 Go through the sketching practice packet and use this slide show as a guide.
 Check off your notebook with Mr. L. for the following:
 Table contents
 Enginerring notebook notes


7 
Mr. L.
Please login to EdPuzzle: Link
Study Guide for Thursday's Test
Math Help Lessons for area (7th Common Core) Chapter 7 Geometry:
Unit 1: Lines, Segments, and Rays

A:

Points, Lines, Segments, and Rays (78106)


B:

Classifying Lines (78107)


C:

Segments, Rays, and Length (78108)

Unit 2: Angles and Angle Pairs

A:

Angles (78109)


B:

Measuring Angles (78110)


C:

Complementary and Supplementary Angles (78111)


D:

Complementary and Supplementary Angles (Part 1) (78112)


Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 19
Classroom Novel Realistic Fiction Packets due Friday, March 10th
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel
**for those whose books are more fantasy, you can use this packet instead.**

SKETCHING PRACTICE (to be completed on the packet)  Due Monday
BRING IN AN EMPTY CEREAL BOX for next Monday
Engineering Notebook Example/Notes
Create an entry in the next blank pages summarizing your Toy Car challenge and data. FIND DETAILS HERE
Notes on Standard and Metric units of Length
Material Science Notes on Thermodynamics
Classwork:
1. Click on the link below and explore the thermal conductivity values of numerous materials. Choose three material that are good insulators(smallest numbers) that you might be able to use in designing a 1 L thermas that keeps contents cool or warm the longest.
2. Research what Yeti uses inside their thermas. Locate this item on the list and record its value.
Research Resources:
Materials Science EdPuzzle for this project:
Code to join class. atobpep
Engineering Toolbox on thermal conductivity
Thermos Challenge Criteria

8 
8th Math
Returned tests. Worktime to make corrects and revisit concepts that I was not proficient at.
Gizmos on Compounding Interest Link
Class Code QX9NXHH5X4
Homework:
Revisit concepts using mathhelp that I wasn't a 2 or 3 on the test
*In order to retake you need to show me the 8 practice probelms along with 10 from the worksheet section that are done correctly.
Learning Coach: Mr. Hall

Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 19
Classroom Novel Realistic Fiction Packets due Friday, March 10th
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel
**for those whose books are more fantasy, you can use this packet instead.**

ALGEBRA
8.3 Multiplying Polynomials
I can multiply binomials using the FOIL method.
I can multiply polynomials by using the Distributive Property.
Homework:
Page 483485 1323 ODD; 24; 2531 ODD
Review notes for Friday's quiz on 8.1 and 8.2
Mathhelp.com lesson related to 8.1 and 8.2:
Lesson 80079
Learning Coach: Mr. Hall




Tuesday, March 7, 2017
8th Grade Day 

6th & 7th Grade

Day 4 

Day 2 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
Decimal Operations
Group 1  At workstations first. Continue making sure you are confident with all the decimal lessons in mathhelp.com. If not, that is were you focus your worktime.
If you are confident you undersand all of these concepts then you should work on the following unit conversion gizmodo activity.
ExploreLearning Gizmos Click here. Type in the following asccess code. 5LZLTQTLQR
Use the Unit Conversions gizmo to complete the worksheet I passed out.
Group 1  up front  Thermos design challenge explained.
Group 2  Upfront  Thermal simulation data collected and thermos design challenge explained.
Group 2  at Workstations  Continue work in decimals using mathhelp.com. We will be testing division and multiplication this week.
HOMEWORK:
20 30 minutes using mathhelp.com covering decimals. Please remember that gettting credit for this homework includes watching the instructional videos, completing and checking the 8 practice probelms in your mathbook or binder, and completing the 5 practice quiz probelms.

Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 19
Classroom Novel Realistic Fiction Packets due Friday, March 10th
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel
**for those whose books are more fantasy, you can use this packet instead.**

Engineering Notebook Example/Notes
 Go through the sketching practice packet and use this slide show as a guide.
 Check off your notebook with Mr. L. for the following:
 Table contents
 Enginerring notebook notes


7 
Mr. L.
Please login to EdPuzzle: Link
Study Guide for Thursday's Test
Math Help Lessons for area (7th Common Core) Chapter 7 Geometry:
Unit 1: Lines, Segments, and Rays

A:

Points, Lines, Segments, and Rays (78106)


B:

Classifying Lines (78107)


C:

Segments, Rays, and Length (78108)

Unit 2: Angles and Angle Pairs

A:

Angles (78109)


B:

Measuring Angles (78110)


C:

Complementary and Supplementary Angles (78111)


D:

Complementary and Supplementary Angles (Part 1) (78112)


Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 19
Classroom Novel Realistic Fiction Packets due Friday, March 10th
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel
**for those whose books are more fantasy, you can use this packet instead.**

SKETCHING PRACTICE (to be completed on the packet)  Due Monday
BRING IN AN EMPTY CEREAL BOX for next Monday
Engineering Notebook Example/Notes
Create an entry in the next blank pages summarizing your Toy Car challenge and data. FIND DETAILS HERE
Notes on Standard and Metric units of Length
Material Science Notes on Thermodynamics
Classwork:
1. Click on the link below and explore the thermal conductivity values of numerous materials. Choose three material that are good insulators(smallest numbers) that you might be able to use in designing a 1 L thermas that keeps contents cool or warm the longest.
2. Research what Yeti uses inside their thermas. Locate this item on the list and record its value.
Research Resources:
Materials Science EdPuzzle for this project:
Code to join class. atobpep
Engineering Toolbox on thermal conductivity
Thermos Challenge Criteria

8 
8th Math
Returned tests. Worktime to make corrects and revisit concepts that I was not proficient at.
Gizmos on Compounding Interest Link
Class Code QX9NXHH5X4
Homework:
Revisit concepts using mathhelp that I wasn't a 2 or 3 on the test
*In order to retake you need to show me the 8 practice probelms along with 10 from the worksheet section that are done correctly.
Learning Coach: Mr. Hall

Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 19
Classroom Novel Realistic Fiction Packets due Friday, March 10th
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel
**for those whose books are more fantasy, you can use this packet instead.**

ALGEBRA
8.3 Multiplying Polynomials
I can multiply binomials using the FOIL method.
I can multiply polynomials by using the Distributive Property.
Homework:
Page 483485 1323 ODD; 24; 2531 ODD
Review notes for Friday's quiz on 8.1 and 8.2
Mathhelp.com lesson related to 8.1 and 8.2:
Lesson 80079
Learning Coach: Mr. Hall


Monday, March 6, 2017
8th Grade Day 

6th & 7th Grade

Day 3 

Day 1 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY MR. LUNDSTROM!!!

Mathematics by Grade Level
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Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
Decimal Operations
Group 1  At workstations first. Continue making sure you are confident with all the decimal lessons in mathhelp.com. If not, that is were you focus your worktime.
If you are confident you undersand all of these concepts then you should work on the following unit conversion gizmodo activity.
ExploreLearning Gizmos Click here. Type in the following asccess code. 5LZLTQTLQR
Use the Unit Conversions gizmo to complete the worksheet I passed out.
Group 1  up front  Thermos design challenge explained.
Group 2  Upfront  Thermal simulation data collected and thermos design challenge explained.
Group 2  at Workstations  Continue work in decimals using mathhelp.com. We will be testing division and multiplication this week.
HOMEWORK:
20 30 minutes using mathhelp.com covering decimals. Please remember that gettting credit for this homework includes watching the instructional videos, completing and checking the 8 practice probelms in your mathbook or binder, and completing the 5 practice quiz probelms.

Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 19
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel
**for those whose books are more fantasy, you can use this packet instead.**

Engineering Notebook Example/Notes
 Go through the sketching practice packet and use this slide show as a guide.
 Check off your notebook with Mr. L. for the following:
 Table contents
 Enginerring notebook notes


7 
Mr. L.
Please login to EdPuzzle: Link
Study Guide for Thursday's Test
Math Help Lessons for area (7th Common Core) Chapter 7 Geometry:
Unit 1: Lines, Segments, and Rays

A:

Points, Lines, Segments, and Rays (78106)


B:

Classifying Lines (78107)


C:

Segments, Rays, and Length (78108)

Unit 2: Angles and Angle Pairs

A:

Angles (78109)


B:

Measuring Angles (78110)


C:

Complementary and Supplementary Angles (78111)


D:

Complementary and Supplementary Angles (Part 1) (78112)


Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 19
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel
**for those whose books are more fantasy, you can use this packet instead.**

SKETCHING PRACTICE (to be completed on the packet)  Due Monday
BRING IN AN EMPTY CEREAL BOX for next Monday
Engineering Notebook Example/Notes
Create an entry in the next blank pages summarizing your Toy Car challenge and data. FIND DETAILS HERE
Notes on Standard and Metric units of Length
Material Science Notes on Thermodynamics
Classwork:
1. Click on the link below and explore the thermal conductivity values of numerous materials. Choose three material that are good insulators(smallest numbers) that you might be able to use in designing a 1 L thermas that keeps contents cool or warm the longest.
2. Research what Yeti uses inside their thermas. Locate this item on the list and record its value.
Research Resources:
Materials Science EdPuzzle for this project:
Code to join class. atobpep
Engineering Toolbox on thermal conductivity
Thermos Challenge Criteria

8 
8th Math
Returned tests. Worktime to make corrects and revisit concepts that I was not proficient at.
Gizmos on Compounding Interest Link
Class Code QX9NXHH5X4
Homework:
Revisit concepts using mathhelp that I wasn't a 2 or 3 on the test
*In order to retake you need to show me the 8 practice probelms along with 10 from the worksheet section that are done correctly.
Learning Coach: Mr. Hall

Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 19
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel
**for those whose books are more fantasy, you can use this packet instead.**

ALGEBRA
8.3 Multiplying Polynomials
I can multiply binomials using the FOIL method.
I can multiply polynomials by using the Distributive Property.
Homework:
Page 483485 1323 ODD; 24; 2531 ODD
Review notes for Friday's quiz on 8.1 and 8.2
Mathhelp.com lesson related to 8.1 and 8.2:
Lesson 80079
Learning Coach: Mr. Hall


Friday, March 4, 2017
8th Grade Day 

6th & 7th Grade

Day 2 

Day 2 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
Decimal Operations
Group 1  Continued with thermal energy investigation base skills.
Covered surface area and Kelvin today
Homework: Surface area sheet.
Group 2  Mathhelp.com lessons around decimals
ROTATED
Group 2  Team discussion on how to limit distractions and be the best versions of ourselves.
HOMEWORK:
20 30 minutes using mathhelp.com covering decimals. Please remember that gettting credit for this homework includes watching the instructional videos, completing and checking the 8 practice probelms in your mathbook or binder, and completing the 5 quiz probelms.
Adding Decimals (86054)

Subtracting Decimals (86055)

Word Problems (86056)

Multiplying Decimals by Whole Numbers (86057)

Multiplying Decimals by Decimals (86058)

Dividing Decimals by Whole Numbers (86059)

Dividing Decimals by Decimals (86060)

Word Problems (86061)

Learning Coach: Mr. Hall

Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 18
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel

BRING IN AN EMPTY CEREAL BOX for next Monday
Toy Car challenge explained
Engineering Notebook Example/Notes

7 
Mr. L. Play some online math games for review and fun
Math Help Lessons for area (7th Common Core) Chapter 7 Geometry:
Unit 1: Lines, Segments, and Rays

A:

Points, Lines, Segments, and Rays (78106)


B:

Classifying Lines (78107)


C:

Segments, Rays, and Length (78108)

Unit 2: Angles and Angle Pairs

A:

Angles (78109)


B:

Measuring Angles (78110)


C:

Complementary and Supplementary Angles (78111)


D:

Complementary and Supplementary Angles (Part 1) (78112)


Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 18
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel

SKETCHING PRACTICE (to be completed on the packet)  Due Monday
BRING IN AN EMPTY CEREAL BOX for next Monday
Engineering Notebook Example/Notes
Create an entry in the next blank pages summarizing your Toy Car challenge and data. FIND DETAILS HERE
Notes on Standard and Metric units of Length
Material Science Notes on Thermodynamics
Classwork:
1. Click on the link below and explore the thermal conductivity values of numerous materials. Choose three material that are good insulators(smallest numbers) that you might be able to use in designing a 1 L thermas that keeps contents cool or warm the longest.
2. Research what Yeti uses inside their thermas. Locate this item on the list and record its value.
Research Resources:
Materials Science EdPuzzle for this project:
Code to join class. atobpep
Engineering Toolbox on thermal conductivity
Thermos Challenge Criteria

8 
8th Math
Reviewed for Friday's test on Growing, Growing, Growing
Homework:
Design a note guide for Friday''s unit test covering: growth and decay models, scientific notation, exponent rules.
Spend 30 minutes reviewing mathhelp lessons related to our test:
79003 & 79004 Scientific Notation
7905579058 Exponent Rules
Looking to earn a 4  learn how to calculate compound interest using video in EdPuzzle. Class code viluffu
Learning Coach: Mr. Hall

Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 18
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel

ALGEBRA
8.3 Multiplying Polynomials
I can multiply binomials using the FOIL method.
I can multiply polynomials by using the Distributive Property.
Homework:
Page 483485 1323 ODD; 24; 2531 ODD
Review notes for Friday's quiz on 8.1 and 8.2
Mathhelp.com lesson related to 8.1 and 8.2:
Lesson 80079
Learning Coach: Mr. Hall


Link to Isaac's survey on technology. Please and thank you!

Wednesday, March 2, 2017
8th Grade Day 

6th & 7th Grade

Day 1 

Day 1 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
Decimal Operations
Group 1  Continued with thermal energy investigation base skills.
Covered surface area and Kelvin today
Homework: Surface area sheet.
Group 2  Mathhelp.com lessons around decimals
ROTATED
Group 2  Team discussion on how to limit distractions and be the best versions of ourselves.
HOMEWORK:
20 30 minutes using mathhelp.com covering decimals. Please remember that gettting credit for this homework includes watching the instructional videos, completing and checking the 8 practice probelms in your mathbook or binder, and completing the 5 quiz probelms.
Adding Decimals (86054)

Subtracting Decimals (86055)

Word Problems (86056)

Multiplying Decimals by Whole Numbers (86057)

Multiplying Decimals by Decimals (86058)

Dividing Decimals by Whole Numbers (86059)

Dividing Decimals by Decimals (86060)

Word Problems (86061)

Learning Coach: Mr. Hall

Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 18
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel

BRING IN AN EMPTY CEREAL BOX for next Monday
Toy Car challenge explained
Engineering Notebook Example/Notes

7 
Mr. L. Play some online math games for review and fun
Math Help Lessons for area (7th Common Core) Chapter 7 Geometry:
Unit 1: Lines, Segments, and Rays

A:

Points, Lines, Segments, and Rays (78106)


B:

Classifying Lines (78107)


C:

Segments, Rays, and Length (78108)

Unit 2: Angles and Angle Pairs

A:

Angles (78109)


B:

Measuring Angles (78110)


C:

Complementary and Supplementary Angles (78111)


D:

Complementary and Supplementary Angles (Part 1) (78112)


Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 18
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel

BRING IN AN EMPTY CEREAL BOX for next Monday
Engineering Notebook Example/Notes
Create an entry in the next blank pages summarizing your Toy Car challenge and data. FIND DETAILS HERE
Notes on Standard and Metric units of Length
Material Science Notes on Thermodynamics
Classwork:
1. Click on the link below and explore the thermal conductivity values of numerous materials. Choose three material that are good insulators(smallest numbers) that you might be able to use in designing a 1 L thermas that keeps contents cool or warm the longest.
2. Research what Yeti uses inside their thermas. Locate this item on the list and record its value.
Research Resources:
Materials Science EdPuzzle for this project:
Code to join class. atobpep
Engineering Toolbox on thermal conductivity
Thermos Challenge Criteria

8 
8th Math
Reviewed for Friday's test on Growing, Growing, Growing
Homework:
Design a note guide for Friday''s unit test covering: growth and decay models, scientific notation, exponent rules.
Spend 30 minutes reviewing mathhelp lessons related to our test:
79003 & 79004 Scientific Notation
7905579058 Exponent Rules
Looking to earn a 4  learn how to calculate compound interest using video in EdPuzzle. Class code viluffu
Learning Coach: Mr. Hall

Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 18
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel

ALGEBRA
8.3 Multiplying Polynomials
I can multiply binomials using the FOIL method.
I can multiply polynomials by using the Distributive Property.
Homework:
Page 483485 1323 ODD; 24; 2531 ODD
Review notes for Friday's quiz on 8.1 and 8.2
Mathhelp.com lesson related to 8.1 and 8.2:
Lesson 80079
Learning Coach: Mr. Hall


Tuesday, February 28, 2017
8th Grade Day 

6th & 7th Grade

Day 5 

Day 1 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
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Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
Decimal Operations
Group 1  Collected data on thermal conductivity using an online simulation. Data will be used to help design a doityourself water bottle/thermos. Notes on materials and property categories.
Group 2  Mathhelp.com lessons around decimals
ROTATED
Group 2  introduction to thermal energy and how it affects engineering  explained how an engine works and how there are systems for getting rid of thermal energy
HOMEWORK:
20 30 minutes using mathhelp.com covering decimals. Please remember that gettting credit for this homework includes watching the instructional videos, completing and checking the 8 practice probelms in your mathbook or binder, and completing the 5 quiz probelms.
Adding Decimals (86054)

Subtracting Decimals (86055)

Word Problems (86056)

Multiplying Decimals by Whole Numbers (86057)

Multiplying Decimals by Decimals (86058)

Dividing Decimals by Whole Numbers (86059)

Dividing Decimals by Decimals (86060)

Word Problems (86061)

Learning Coach: Mr. Hall

Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 18
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel

BRING IN AN EMPTY CEREAL BOX for next Monday
Toy Car challenge explained
Engineering Notebook Example/Notes

7 
Mr. L. Play some online math games for review and fun
Math Help Lessons for area (7th Common Core) Chapter 7 Geometry:
Unit 1: Lines, Segments, and Rays

A:

Points, Lines, Segments, and Rays (78106)


B:

Classifying Lines (78107)


C:

Segments, Rays, and Length (78108)

Unit 2: Angles and Angle Pairs

A:

Angles (78109)


B:

Measuring Angles (78110)


C:

Complementary and Supplementary Angles (78111)


D:

Complementary and Supplementary Angles (Part 1) (78112)


Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 18
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel

BRING IN AN EMPTY CEREAL BOX for next Monday
Engineering Notebook Example/Notes
Create an entry in the next blank pages summarizing your Toy Car challenge and data. FIND DETAILS HERE
Notes on Standard and Metric units of Length
Material Science Notes on Thermodynamics
Homework for Tuesday:
1. Click on the link below and explore the thermal conductivity values of numerous materials. Choose three material that are good insulators(smallest numbers) that you might be able to use in designing a 1 L thermas that keeps contents cool or warm the longest.
2. Research what Yeti uses inside their thermas. Locate this item on the list and record its value.
Engineering Toolbox on thermal conductivity

8 
8th Math
Reviewed for Thursday's test on Growing, Growing, Growing
Homework:
Design a note guide for Thursday's unit test covering: growth and decay models, scientific notation, exponent rules.
Spend 30 minutes reviewing mathhelp lessons related to our test:
79003 & 79004 Scientific Notation
7905579058 Exponent Rules
Looking to earn a 4  learn how to calculate compound interest using video in EdPuzzle. Class code viluffu
Learning Coach: Mr. Hall

Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 18
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel

ALGEBRA
8.2
Homework:
Learning Coach: Mr. Hall




Monday, February 27, 2017
8th Grade Day 

6th & 7th Grade

Day 4 

Day 2 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
Decimal Operations
Group 1  Introduction to thermal dynamics; using formulas and calculators to convert from C to F and F to C; thermal simulations introduced.
Group 2  Mathhelp.com lessons around decimals
ROTATED
Group 2  introduction to thermal energy and how it affects engineering  explained how an engine works and how there are systems for getting rid of thermal energy
HOMEWORK:
20 30 minutes using mathhelp.com covering decimals. Please remember that gettting credit for this homework includes watching the instructional videos, completing and checking the 8 practice probelms in your mathbook or binder, and completing the 5 quiz probelms.
Adding Decimals (86054)

Subtracting Decimals (86055)

Word Problems (86056)

Multiplying Decimals by Whole Numbers (86057)

Multiplying Decimals by Decimals (86058)

Dividing Decimals by Whole Numbers (86059)

Dividing Decimals by Decimals (86060)

Word Problems (86061)

Learning Coach: Mr. Hall

Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 18
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel

BRING IN AN EMPTY CEREAL BOX for next Monday
Engineering Notebook Example/Notes

7 
Mr. L. Play some online math games for review and fun
Math Help Lessons for area (7th Common Core) Chapter 7 Geometry:
Unit 1: Lines, Segments, and Rays

A:

Points, Lines, Segments, and Rays (78106)


B:

Classifying Lines (78107)


C:

Segments, Rays, and Length (78108)

Unit 2: Angles and Angle Pairs

A:

Angles (78109)


B:

Measuring Angles (78110)


C:

Complementary and Supplementary Angles (78111)


D:

Complementary and Supplementary Angles (Part 1) (78112)


Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 18
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel

BRING IN AN EMPTY CEREAL BOX for next Monday
Engineering Notebook Example/Notes
Create an entry in the next blank pages summarizing your Toy Car challenge and data. FIND DETAILS HERE
Material Science Notes on Thermodynamics
Homework for Tuesday:
1. Click on the link below and explore the thermal conductivity values of numerous materials. Choose three material that are good insulators(smallest numbers) that you might be able to use in designing a 1 L thermas that keeps contents cool or warm the longest.
2. Research what Yeti uses inside their thermas. Locate this item on the list and record its value.
Engineering Toolbox on thermal conductivity

8 
8th Math
Last investigation from Growing, Growing, Growing
Fractions as exponents? How radical!
Homework:
Design a note guide for Thursday's unit test covering: growth and decay models, scientific notation, exponent rules.
Learning Coach: Mr. Hall

Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 18
Realistic Fiction Packet1 needed for classroom nove AND 1 needed for parent choic novel

ALGEBRA
8.1 Adding and Subtracting Polynomials
I can add and subtract polynomials using both the horizontal and vertical method.
Homework:
Learning Coach: Mr. Hall


Thursday, February 23, 2017
Spring Conference Reflection
Weather Project Reflection
8th Grade Day 

6th & 7th Grade

Day 3 

Day 1 
*Please email your FWA Instructor if there is a problem completing an assignment.

Mathematics by Grade Level
Click here to go to Mathhelp.com login

Comm Arts by Grade Level 
Project Block by Grade Level
Science & Social Studies

6 
Decimal Operations
Group 1  Introduction to thermal dynamics; using formulas and calculators to convert from C to F and F to C; thermal simulations introduced.
Group 2  Mathhelp.com lessons around decimals
ROTATED
Group 2  introduction to thermal energy and how it affects engineering  explained how an engine works and how there are systems for getting rid of thermal energy
HOMEWORK:
20 30 minutes using mathhelp.com covering decimals. Please remember that gettting credit for this homework includes watching the instructional videos, completing and checking the 8 practice probelms in your mathbook or binder, and completing the 5 quiz probelms.
Adding Decimals (86054)

Subtracting Decimals (86055)

Word Problems (86056)

Multiplying Decimals by Whole Numbers (86057)

Multiplying Decimals by Decimals (86058)

Dividing Decimals by Whole Numbers (86059)

Dividing Decimals by Decimals (86060)

Word Problems (86061)

Learning Coach: Mr. Hall

Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 17

BRING IN AN EMPTY CEREAL BOX for next Monday
Label and begin entries on Engineering Notebook.
Engineering Notebook Example/Notes

7 
Mr. L. Play some online math games for review and fun
Math Help Lessons for area (7th Common Core) Chapter 7 Geometry:
Unit 1: Lines, Segments, and Rays

A:

Points, Lines, Segments, and Rays (78106)


B:

Classifying Lines (78107)


C:

Segments, Rays, and Length (78108)

Unit 2: Angles and Angle Pairs

A:

Angles (78109)


B:

Measuring Angles (78110)


C:

Complementary and Supplementary Angles (78111)


D:

Complementary and Supplementary Angles (Part 1) (78112)


Weekly Task Sheet
DLR Week 17
Turn IN MISSING work...please view this instructional video from the Queen.

BRING IN AN EMPTY CEREAL BOX for next Monday
Engineering Notebook Example/Notes
Create an entry in the next blank pages summarizing your Toy Car challenge and data. FIND DETAILS HERE
Material Science Notes on Thermodynamics
Engineering Toolbox on thermal conductivity

8 
8th Math
5.3 Extending the Rules of Exponents
Division rules for exponents
Homework:
    
